Prof. Gabriel De Paula1, Prof. Francisco Tuñez1
1Del Salvador University, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The purpose is to analyze how domestic and international decision-making articulate, both politically and legally, within the framework of the ATS.
This analysis is pivotal to forecast the capability of response of the ATS, at the level of its parts and the system, before any given issues concerning it.
We´ll analyze the concept of resilience from a systemic perspective, with the objective of defining the processes, dimensions and known results.
The analysis will be developed from three different approaches:
- Leading cases of proven violations of the regulations of the ATS, focusing the processes that triggered conflicts and the interagency and international frameworks that guided its resolution.
- Marine protected areas (MPAs), focusing on how domestic or bilateral issues are then presented on the ATS multilateral level.
- The policy and decision making in of the operational tasks of the Joint Antarctic Naval Patrol of Argentina and Chile; and the use of the military forces in Antarctica.
This paper does not aim to arrive at definitive conclusions, but to carry out an inductive work that will result on a matrix of analysis, in order to gather institutional memory and jurisprudence that can be applicable in the future.
Gabriel De Paula. Professor of Geopolitics and researcher in the IDICSO (Social Sciences Research Institute), Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Member of the SCAR Humanities and Social Sciences Committee. Member of the Centre for Security and Peace Studies, Colombia. Fellow at Policy and Strategy Magazine, Chilean National Academy of Political and Strategic Studies, Chile.
Francisco Tuñez. Graduated in Political Science at Universidad del Salvador (Argentina), finished with a thesis titled “Antarctic Geopolitics in the XXI Century”. Assistant in the chair of Argentinian Foreign Policy” in the Faculty of Political Science of USAL.