Navigating between freedom of navigation and coastal State jurisdiction: An analysis of Russia’s participation in the negotiation of the IMO’s mandatory Polar Code, 2009-2015, from a deliberative theory framework
Has part(s)Paper I: Bognar, D. (2016). Russian Proposals on the Polar Code: Contributing to Common Rules or Furthering State Interests? Arctic Review on Law and Politics, 7(2), 111-135. Also available in Munin at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/10344.
Paper II: Bognar, D. (2018). Russia and the Polar Marine Environment: The Negotiation of the Environmental Protection Measures of the Mandatory Polar Code. Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law, 27(1), 35-44. The paper is available in the file “thesis_entire.pdf”. Also available at https://doi.org/10.1111/reel.12233.
Paper III: Bognar, D. (2018). The Elephant in the Room: Article 234 of the Law of the Sea Convention and the Polar Code as an Incompletely Theorised Agreement. The Polar Journal, 8,(1), 182-203. The paper is available in the file “thesis_entire.pdf”. Also available at https://doi.org/10.1080/2154896X.2018.1468627. Accepted manuscript version is available in Munin at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/14641.
Paper IV: Bognar, D. In the Same Boat? A Comparative Analysis of the Approaches of Russia and Canada in the Negotiation of the IMO’s Mandatory Polar Code. (Submitted manuscript).
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