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Andrey Zagorsky

Director of IMEMO RAS Department of Disarmament and Conflict Resolution, RIAC Member.

Andrey Todorov

Ph.D. in Law, Research Fellow at Department for Disarmament and Conflict Resolution Studies, the Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, RIAC Expert

The report reviews approaches and mechanisms of marine management in the Arctic Ocean in areas beyond national jurisdiction of the coastal states. Given the growing interest to economic development in the Arctic, this issue is of increasing significance and implies the development of ecosystem-based management in the region. Basing on the comparative analysis of different regional solutions related to such management, the authors conclude that there is a need to develop a special regime for the Arctic based on further build up of the Arctic Council and the OSPAR experience. The report is prepared under the RIAC project "International cooperation in the Arctic".

The report reviews approaches and mechanisms of marine management in the Arctic Ocean in areas beyond national jurisdiction of the coastal states. Given the growing interest to economic development in the Arctic, this issue is of increasing significance and implies the development of ecosystem-based management in the region. Basing on the comparative analysis of different regional solutions related to such management, the authors conclude that there is a need to develop a special regime for the Arctic based on further build up of the Arctic Council and the OSPAR experience. The report is prepared under the RIAC project "International cooperation in the Arctic".

Integrated Marine Management in the Arctic, 3 Mb

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