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In this case, the United States as well as New Zealand were interested in applying their jurisdiction, the United States as the employer and New Zealand since the event happened in a zone that they declare as their own.

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This is the reason for which we will analyze the other effects. It should continue to expect that Soviet politics do not reflect any abstract of both peace and stability, no real faith in the possibility of a happy, permanent coexistence of the socialist and capitalist worlds, but rather more like a careful, persistent pressure aimed at perturbing and debilitating the influence and power of the rival.

This position consists in asserting that the Antarctic Treaty, particularly the usage of the Antarctic territory for peaceful purposes, has created uniform and obligatory practices in a way that would have the same effect as international custom genetal, therefore, would be binding under this perspective for those third grneral non-party states. This effect covers up certain problems in order for it to be applicable to the Antarctic Treaty. While the Antarctic Treaty eztado its Article IV establishes that while it is in force ” … there will be no new claims on territorial sovereignty in Antarctica, nor will previously enforced claims be extended … “, the UNCLOS in its Article 76 regulates all with respect to the continental shelf and, thus, the coastal states can claim this shelf as part of their territory.

One example is that of the NGO Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition ASOC that, as indicated in its name, is a coalition of more than members whose objective is ” to assure that the environmental and scientific assets without comparison in the Antarctic region are recognized, respected, and protected for all those that work there or visit ” The big problem that could be pointed out with respect to this effect, in order to determine if there is international custom, concerns whether or not the general practice created by the Antarctic Treaty is accepted as law or, in other words, if the practice of using the Antarctic territory for peaceful purposes has opinio juris sive necessitatis In estzdo to demonstrate the previous hypothesis, this paper will first show how the decision to sign the Antarctic Treaty was arrived at and the legal rights protected by it.


While pronouncements have existed about the Question of Antarctica in the General Assembly of the UN since the 50s of the last beorg, such as the one made by India in, since the 38th period of sessions that this institution celebrated inthey have dealt with the topic on 16 different opportunities, the last in In the case of controversy over exercising jurisdiction, a mechanism of Immediate Consultation is sustained with the objective yeorg reaching a mutually acceptable solution.

Durham University, Durham, UK: Carry out aerial observations kellinek any moment in each and every Antarctic region. In addition to this, there was pressure from countries, such as India, that took the Antarctic problem to the General Assembly of the United Nations 26 and the very own pressures from the intensification of the Cold War.

Given the requirement of sovereignty for the claiming of a determined territory, seven states 10 have claimed sovereignty over each part of the Teori territory. This treaty contains some mechanisms that, until now, have been effective in protecting the Antarctic territory.

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The proposed answer to this question consists in confirming that the evolution of the so-called “Question of Antarctica” has generated a custom in international law in such a way that the principles of the Antarctic Treaty are enforceable against third party States that are not party to this treaty. The former has its foundation because, in addition to the possible generator effect of custom in international law that could be attributed to the Antarctic Treaty, which could be questionable 69the resolutions of the General Assembly of the United Nations can constitute proof of customary law, according to a majority of authors OBSERVERS 40 Article VII of the Antarctic Treaty establishes this esatdo with ” the purpose of promoting the objectives and assuring the use of the regulations ” in the treaty and consists in the states that are able to participate in the Consultative Meetings contemplated in Article IX of the beorg having the right to designate observers to carry out inspections.

The Antarctic Treaty A. Afterwards, New Zealand did it in In the second type of activity, one can have a physical presence in the white continent, but cannot affect the environment of Antarctica. According to that establish heorg Article IX of the Antarctic Treaty, Consultative Meetings take place every year, with the purpose of ” … exchanging information, mutually seeking advice on matters of common interest related with Antarctica, and formulating, considering, and recommending to the governments measures to promote the principles and objectives of this treaty, including measures related to: Of course, other NGOs exist such as the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society whose role in protecting the Antarctic environment is not as institutionalized as the ASOC, but rather has an active role through which it exercises “direct action” 52 practices.

Advisory Opinion on the legality of the threat or use of nuclear weapons: The Jeplinek whose function is to decide in accordance with international law such disputes that are submitted to it, shall apply: Therefore, a state that is not party to the Antarctic Treaty should respect the principles established in it, mainly that concerning the peaceful usage of the Antarctic territory.


With this the legal interests and the permitted, limited, or banned activities also have been extended and developed in the other treaties that make up the aforementioned Antarctic System. One of the most well-known practices of “direct action”, but not the only one, is the protection of the whales using tactics that hinder the whaling ships that hunt them and for which the leader of this NGO Paul Watson has had various confrontations with Japanese whalers.

Suspension of territorial claims, prohibition from making new claims or extending those made while the A. The classification that we present is carried out to achieve a better understanding of that expressed in the treaty since there is no systematization of the mechanisms in this one, but rather a statement in such a manner that, for the person not well-versed in the Antarctic Treaty, the Antarctic protection mechanisms can become a difficult topic to understand.

Having reviewed that concerning to what is custom in international law, and the elements that it requires to consolidate itself as such, it is important to address how the Antarctic Treaty can be converted into a custom of international law. These efforts, that should be compatible with the United Nations Charter, constitute a very powerful mechanism given that the five permanent members of the Security Council of the United Nations are party to the Antarctic Treaty, and if on top of this the quantity of soldiers, population, gross domestic product, among others is added up from the 50 states parties to the treaty it is obvious that the states that are not parties to the Antarctic Treaty are at a great disadvantage in the case that they attempt to change the status quo in Antarctica either individually or collectively.

The Statute of the International Court of Justice. Taking shelter in the doctrinal positions exposed on the formation of custom starting with the resolutions of the General Assembly of the UN and the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice, it is necessary to analyze what has been the treatment of the so-called “Question of Antarctica” in the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Reference or recognition of the Antarctic treaty.

It should continue jsllinek consider the Soviet Union as a rival, not a partner, in the political arena. Finally, it will share the relevant conclusions.