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New Volume: Yearbook of Polar Law

New Volume: Yearbook of Polar Law

The latest volume of the Yearbook of Polar Law (Vol. 8, 2016) is out. Contents include:

  • Harry Badera, Tribute to Walt Parker
  • Mead Treadwell, Support and Opposition: An Informal History of the Law of the Sea Convention in the United States and Alaska, Including a Tribute to Walter B. Parker
  • Lisa Parker, Responsible Resource Development in Alaska: A Developer’s Perspective on the Red Dog Mine
  • Rachael Lorna Johnstone, Respectful Neighbourliness: The United Kingdom’s Arctic Approach
  • Simon Marsden, From the High North to the Roof of the World: Arctic Precedents for Third Pole Governance
  • Kathryn Mengerink; David Roche & Greta Swanson, Understanding Arctic Co-Management: The U.S. Marine Mammal Approach
  • Bent Ole Gram Mortensen & Ulrike Barten, The Greenland Self-Government Act: The Pitfall for the Inuit in Greenland to Remain an Indigenous People?
  • Akiho Shibata & Maiko Raita, An Agreement on Enhancing International Arctic Scientific Cooperation: Only for the Eight Arctic States and Their Scientists?
  • Kristoffer Svendsen, The Impact of Choice-of-Law Rules in Cross-Border Pollution Damage Caused by Petroleum Spills from Offshore Rigs and Installations: The Case of the Barents Sea
  • Małgorzata Śmieszek, Adam Stępień & Paula Kankaanpää, The Recent Arctic Council Assessments: Influential Tools in Policy-Making in the Council and Beyond?
  • Matti Niemivuo & Lotta Viikari, The Nordic Welfare State and the Development of Northern Finland
  • Johnny Grøneng Aase & Julia Jabour, How Satellites Can Support the Information Requirements of the Polar Code
  • Aileen M. Nimick & Bradley P. Harris, Essential Fish Habitat Regulation in the United States: Lessons for High Latitudes?

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