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Frontières maritimes dans l’Arctique : le droit de la mer est-il un cadre applicable ?

Abstract : Relations between nations bordering the Arctic are defined by two legal-political issues. The status of artic crossings is different from that of maritime borders, which is the subject of this article. The press repeatedly raises the specter of a race to conquer the Arctic Ocean. For several years the nations bordering the Arctic have been preparing their legal arguments in support of an extension of the continental shelf. It was only in 2007 that a media frenzy pushed the notion of a race to conquer, reinforced by a desire, in light of global warming, to exploit the areas’ natural resources. This picture is much exaggerated and does not conform to historical or legal reality.
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Frédéric Lasserre. Frontières maritimes dans l’Arctique : le droit de la mer est-il un cadre applicable ?. Centre de recherches internationales; Marie-Françoise Durand; Christian Lequesne. Ceriscope Frontières, Centre de recherches internationales; Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po, 2011. ⟨hal-03473793⟩

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