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The club within the club: the challenge of a soft law framework in a global Arctic context
The club within the club: the challenge of a soft law framework in a global Arctic contextChristopher R. Rossia Adjunct Faculty of Law, The University
The Northern Canada Vessel Traffic Services Zone Regulations (NORDREG) and the Law of the Sea
The Northern Canada Vessel Traffic Services Zone Regulations (NORDREG) and the Law of the SeaJames Kraska Professor, Stockton Center for the Study of
Environmental Protection of the Arctic Region: Effective Mechanisms of Legal Regulation
Environmental Protection of the Arctic Region: Effective Mechanisms of Legal RegulationElena GladunTyumen State University【Abstract】 The legal regulat
Diverse Soft-Law Cooperation Forms in the Arctic - Do They Complement or Contradict Each Other?
Ongoing changes in the Arctic, primarily related to the region’s physical and human environment, as a result of climate change, have both opened up ne
Rights of Passage: The Intersecting of Environmentalism, Arctic Sovereignty, and the Law of the Sea, 1968-82.
This essay brings environmental and diplomatic history into conversation in order to examine the Trudeau government's response to the 1969-70 voyages
The “Arctic Exception” in the Law of the Sea Convention: A Contribution to Safer Navigation in the Northwest Passage?
This article examines the so-called “Arctic exception,” Article 234 of the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. Article 234 is intended to give t
US chairmanship must focus on co-operation, report urges
Advancing Implementation of the National Strategy for the Arctic Region
Demystifying The EU In The Arctic
To Ease the South China Sea Dispute, Look to the Arctic
U.S.-Canada Joint Statement on Climate, Energy, and Arctic Leadership
Russia's Arctic illusions
Top Five U.S. Policy Priorities for the Arctic in 2016