Ms Yuanyuan Ren1 1The University Of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, United States This paper examines the compatibility of China’s positions and practices in the Arctic Ocean and the South China Sea (SCS), particularly with respect to the application and interpretation...
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A/Prof. Marc Lanteigne1 1UiT: The Arctic University Of Norway, Tromsø, Norway In mid-2017, the Chinese government officially confirmed that it was seeking to add the Arctic Ocean region to its expanding roster of sea routes to be included in the...
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Dr Liu He1 1Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, China In the era of President Xi Jinping, China is emerging from a “Polar Power” to “Polar Great Power”, it clearly defines the polar regions as “Strategic New Frontier”....
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Dr Barry Zellen1 1United States Coast Guard Academy, Waterville Valley, United States With its expansion of membership in recent years to include Asian states as Council observers, the Arctic Council (AC) is now truly a global forum for Arctic governance...
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Dr Nengye Liu1 1University Of Adelaide, Adelaide University, Australia In recent years, international polar law is growing rapidly to catch up with significant changes in the Polar Regions. The United States has played a leading role in driving several developments...
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