Publications on ocean development ; 85. International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2018, ISBN ; 9789004353329.
The European Union and the Arctic brings together academics from a range of disciplines to discuss the EU's potential roles in shaping Arctic governance. The book is divided into three parts. The first part examines the EU's current Arctic policy framework. The second part focuses on the EU's engagement with Arctic governance at the regional level and encompasses the EU's engagement with the so-called Arctic Five (five coastal States of the Arctic Ocean), providing examples of some of those relationships. The third part takes a sectoral approach, analysing the EU's potential contribution to regulation of key human activities in the Arctic, including shipping, fisheries, oil and gas operations, and marine mammals.
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Preliminary Material Introduction / Nengye Liu , Elizabeth A. Kirk and Tore Henriksen Formulating a Cross-cutting Policy: Challenges and Opportunities for Effective eu Arctic Policy-making / Adam Stępień and Timo Koivurova The eu Crossing Arctic Frontiers: The Barents Euro-Arctic Council, Northern Dimension, and eu-West Nordic Relations / Alyson J.K. Bailes and Kristmundur Þ. Ólafsson Strengthening the European Union-Greenland's Relationship for Enhanced Governance of the Arctic / Mar Campins Eritja Partners or Rivals? Norway and the European Union in the High North / Andreas Østhagen and Andreas Raspotnik Searching for Common Ground in Evolving Canadian and eu Arctic Strategies / P. Whitney Lackenbauer and Suzanne Lalonde Russian Arctic Policy, Petroleum Resources Development and the eu: Cooperation or Coming Confrontation? / Tina Hunter Gauging us and eu Seal Regimes in the Arctic against Inuit Sovereignty / Michael Fakhri The European Union and Arctic Shipping / Henrik Ringbom The European Union's Potential Contribution to the Governance of High Sea Fisheries in the Central Arctic Ocean / Nengye Liu On Thin Ice? Arctic Indigenous Communities, the European Union and the Sustainable Use of Marine Mammals / Martin Hennig and Richard Caddell Joint Approaches and Best Practices-An Integrated and Coherent eu Arctic Policy in Support of Articles 208 and 214 unclos / Henning Jessen Conclusion / Nengye Liu , Elizabeth A. Kirk and Tore Henriksen Index.
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