Arctic Governance: Volume 2
Energy, Living Marine Resources and Shipping
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In this first of three volumes, the latest research and analysis from the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, the world's leading Arctic research body, is brought together. Arctic Governance: Law and Politics investigates the legal and political order of the Polar North, focusing on governance structures and the Law of the Sea. Are the current mechanisms at work effective? Are the Arctic states' interests really clashing, or is the atmosphere of a more cooperative nature? Skilfully delineating policy in the region and analysing the consequences of treaty agreements, Arctic Governance's uncovering of a rather orderly 'Arctic race' will become an indispensable contribution to contemporary International Relations concerning the Polar North.
Part I: Energy
1 Arctic Offshore Petroleum: Resources and Political Fundamentals
Dag Harald Claes and Arild Moe
2 Arctic Hydrocarbon Developments: State Interests and Policies
Dag Harald Claes, Arild Moe and Svein Vigeland Rottem
3 Arctic Petroleum: Local Perceptions
Ilan Kelman, Julia P. Loe, Elana Wilson Rowe, Emma Wilson, Nina Poussenkova, Elena Nikitina and Daniel Buikema Fjaertoft
Part II: Marine Living Resources
4 Stock Shifts, Value-Chains, and Institutional Resilience: Fisher Compliance in the Barents Sea
Olav Schram Stokke
5 Making Russia Comply: Bargaining Precautionary Fisheries Management in the Barents Sea
6 MSC Certification of Russian Arctic Fisheries
Geir Honneland and Lars H. Gulbrandsen
7 The Challenging Barents Sea Snow Crab
Harald Sakarias Brovig Hansen
Part III: Shipping
8 Arctic Shipping: Images and Realities Error! Bookmark not defined.
9 International Transits on the Northern Sea Route: Policy Developments and the Business Response
10 Organization and Management Challenges of Russia's Icebreaker Fleet
Arild Moe and Lawson W. Brigham
11 Governing Arctic Shipping: Institutional Niches and Regional Regimes
Olav Schram Stokke
The Polar North is known to be home to large gas and oil reserves and its position holds significant trading and military advantages, yet the territorial boundaries of the region remain ill-defined.