Jabour, J, The Antarctic Treaty system: what's on the horizon? Jabour, J and Weber, M, Is it time to cut the gordian knot of polar sovereignty? Jabour, J, Successful conservation - then what? Jabour, JA, Biological prospecting in the Antarctic: fair game?
Jabour, JA, Would you like ice with that? The author of a hundred plus articles on Antarctic affairs, he is also co-editor of Looking South: Australia's Antarctic Agenda.
His research on intersecting areas of international law has a focus on law of the sea, law of the polar regions, and implementation of international law within Australia. Karen N.
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Description of this Book The Antarctic Treaty was adopted for the purpose of bringing peace and stability to the region and to facilitate cooperation in scientific research conducted on and around the continent. Author's Bio Dr Alan D.
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Karen Scott Scott is a senior lecturer in law at the University of Canterbury and researches and teaches in the areas of public international law, law of the sea and Antarctic law and policy.