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La conservation et la gestion des ressources de l’Antarctique (Volume 260)

(64,963 words)

Author(s): Francioni, Francesco
Francioni, Francesco Keywords: Antarctica | Natural resources | Environmental protection | Mots clefs: Antarctique | Ressources naturelles | Protection de la nature et de l environnement | ABSTRACT Over the past twenty years the legal system of the Antarctic has undergone a remarkable evolution. At the same time, the originating instrument, the treaty of Washington of 1959, has not undergone any modifications. Francesco Francesconi, Professor at the University or Sienna, starts his course by presenting the Treaty, and inte…

The International Regime of the Polar Regions (Volume 107)

(41,660 words)

Author(s): M. W. Mouton, Dr.
M. W. Mouton, Dr. Keywords: Antarctica | Arctic | International regime | Mots clefs: Antarctique | Arctique | ABSTRACT Mr. Mouton begins his course on the International Regime of Polar Regions in considerations of the ice formation: does the fact about the ice covered sea change the status of the international regime? The author then examines the economic aspects as well as the strategic aspects of the regimes. He also focuses on their political aspects, and then presents, in more detail, the Antarctic Treaty. M. Mouton commence son cours sur le régime international des régions…

The Antarctic System (Volume 139)

(27,716 words)

Author(s): E. Guyer, Roberto
E. Guyer, Roberto Keywords: Antarctica | Treaties | Mots clefs: Antarctique | Traité | ABSTRACT Roberto Guyer points out that the Antarctic system has two interesting aspects. First, the era (1973) of rapid change, and second, the ordinary rules of international law, which usually target regions in which the climate allows the settlement of human beings, are difficult to apply to Antarctica. The author, after a presentation of the main legal and scientific aspects of the issues, first examines the Antarctic Tr…