International Law and Arctic Shipping
The Arctic Ocean is gradually experiencing the effects of globalisation as a result of climate change, ice melt, and the emergence of a range of shipping activity in the sub-Arctic, along the Arctic coast, and within the central Arctic Ocean. While international law has been prominent in any consideration to date of the shipping issues associated with the Northern Sea Route (Northeast Passage) and the Northwest Passage, the development of trans-Arctic shipping and associated new shipping routes...[Show more]
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