Baseline of Russian Arctic Laws

Topic: Society and culture
Region: Arctic
Year: 2019
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Authors / Editors: , ,
ISBN: 978-3-030-06262-0

Description

This book is the first comprehensive and authoritative translation into English of national and international laws of Russia that relate to the Arctic from the early 19th century to the present, revealing the historical and current context of sovereignty, sovereign rights and jurisdiction across nearly half of the north polar region. The Russian original version was coordinated by Igor Sergeyevich Ivanov, former Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation and currently the President of the Russian International Affairs Council.This unique translation complements all legal, geopolitical and governance analyses of the Arctic as a primary source of information, without interpretation or bias. The Baseline of Russian Arctic Laws is a treasure trove for diplomats, scholars and students who are involved with the international environmental, economic and societal dynamics of the Arctic, balancing national interests and common interests to achieve sustainability of the high north for the benefit of all across generations in our globally-interconnected civilization.

Table of Contents

1. Treaties (Selected Provisions)
2. Subsidiary Means for the Determination of Rules of International Law (Selected Provisions)
3. Relevant Laws and Other Legal Acts of Russia (Selected Provisions)
4. Legislative Fundamentals of Arctic Policies of Foreign States and of the European Union (Selected Provisions)

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