23 août 2015

OUVRAGE : S. Lalonde, T.L. McDorman (eds.), International Law and Politics of the Arctic Ocean

Jean-Marie COLLIN

International Law and Politics of the Arctic Ocean: Essays in Honor of Donat Pharand is a collection of essays in honor of Professor emeritus Donat Pharand by leading Arctic experts from around the globe. The volume offers a clear, concise and detailed analysis of many of the issues an expanded use of the Arctic Ocean raises and of critical importance for the legal and political processes unfolding in the Arctic region.


Foreword by Donald McRae
Co-Editor’s Preface

Suzanne Lalonde and Ronald St. J. Macdonald, Donat Pharand: The Arctic Scholar 
Kristin Bartenstein, The Arctic Region Council Revisited – Inspiring Future Development of the Arctic Council  
Andrea Charron, Lessons Learned and Lost from Pharand’s Arctic Regional Council Treaty Proposal  
Julia Jabour, Pharand’s Arctic Treaty: Would an Antarctic Treaty-style Model Work in the Arctic? 
Armand de Mestral, Article 234 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: Its Origins and Its Future  
J. Ashley Roach, A Note on Making the Polar Code Mandatory  
Ted L. McDorman, A Note on the Potential Conflicting Treaty Rights and Obligations between the IMO’s Polar Code and Article 234 of the Law of the Sea Convention  
Donald R. Rothwell, The United States and Arctic Straits: The Northwest Passage and the Bering Strait  
Frédéric Lasserre and Olga Alexeeva, Analysis of Maritime Transit Trends in the Arctic Passages 
Bernard H. Oxman, Canada’s Arctic Waters: Comments on Circumnavigating the Legal Dispute  
Elizabeth B. Elliot-Meisel, Understanding the Canada-United States Arctic Relationship  
P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Peter Kikkert, The Dog in the Manger – and Letting Sleeping Dogs Lie: The United States, Canada and the Sector Principle, 1924–1955  
Jonathan R. Edge and David L. VanderZwaag, Canada-Russia Relations in the Arctic: Conflictual Rhetoric, Cooperative Realities 
Alex G. Oude Elferink, Does Recent Practice of the Russian Federation Point to an Arctic Sunset for the Sector Principle?  
Clive Schofield and Blanche Sas, Uncovered and Unstable Coasts: Climate Change and Territorial Sea Baselines in the Arctic  
Andrew Serdy, Delineation of the Outer Limits of Canada’s Arctic Ocean Continental Shelf and Its Delimitation with Neighboring States: Does It Matter Which Comes First?  
Betsy Baker, A Note on Arctic Information Platforms and International Law 

Suzanne LALONDE, Ted L. McDORMAN (eds.), International Law and Politics of the Arctic OceanLeiden, Brill/Nijhoff, 2015 (460 pp.)

Suzanne Lalonde, Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge University, is Professor of International Law at the Université de Montréal. She has published in both French and English, within Canada and abroad and her research focuses on core international legal principles, especially those pertaining to sovereignty, territory and the determination of boundaries on land and at sea.

Ted L. McDorman, LL.M. (1982), Dalhousie University, is a Professor of Law at the University of Victoria and the author of Salt Water Neighbors: International Ocean Law Relations Between the United States and Canada (Oxford University Press, 2009). He has written widely on ocean law and policy issues including on maritime boundary delimitation and the continental shelf having published over 120 articles and chapters.

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