The greening of antarctica : environment, science and diplomacy, 1959 - 1980
In the years following the signing of the Antarctic Treaty in 1959, Antarctic affairs developed in directions not intended or anticipated by its signatories. The Treaty was negotiated to defuse and resolve conflicts over territorial sovereignty and permit peaceful scientific access to the continent. Instead of simply fulfilling and maintaining their original intentions, the Treaty parties slowly built an environmental regime. Deliberately and incidentally, consciously and unconsciously, the...[Show more]
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