The politics of mineral resource development in Antarctica: alternative regimes for the future
Examines the international legal issues surrounding future exploitation of resources in the Antarctic region. Analyses the Antarctic Treaty and discusses twelve proposals viewed as most likely alternatives for a new international regime for the Antarctic region.
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A REVIEW OF RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROBLEMS
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adverse domestic opinion aggregate utility Antarctic Peninsula Antarctic Resource Antarctic Treaty System areas Argentina Article assigned benefit best option Chile claimant claims condominium options condominium regimes considered consortium regime continent Contracting Parties cooperation decision decision-making developing countries environment environmental quality evaluated experts freedom of scientific impact importance weights important interest international community international regime International Seabed Authority issue JARJ regime juridical position living resources MAU analysis minerals regime negotiated non-claimant Norway oooooooooooo open use regime opportunity to profit potential present Treaty problems protection of juridical provisions ranked regime for Antarctica resource development resource exploitation resources of Antarctica satisfied scientific research scores seabed security of supply solution South Africa Southern Ocean sovereignty Soviet Union Svalbard Treaty territorial regime tica tion tium tive Treaty System framework U.N. trusteeship United Kingdom University of Miami Zealand and zonal zonal manager options