Alfred N. FowlerAmerican Literary Press
Paperback: 165 pages
Size (roughly): 6" x 9"
In a world torn by international disputes over land borders and treaties governing natural resources, the Antarctic Treaty of 1959 and the ensuing international administration of Antarctica affairs stand alone as examples of peaceful cooperation and scientific exchange between disparate and sometimes hostile nations. In this personal and historical memoir about his involvement in Antarctic affairs for twenty-five years, author Alfred N. Fowler gives readers an inside look at the evolution and development of the Antarctic Treaty System and the Council of Managers of National Antarctic Programs (COMNAP), the international body of representatives that oversees the governance and administration of the polar continent.
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