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Record #153200:

Politikk, folkerett og naturressurser i Arktis / Roald Berg.

Title: Politikk, folkerett og naturressurser i Arktis / Roald Berg.
Translated title: Politics, international law and natural resources in the Arctic.
Author(s): Berg, Roald.
Date: 1999.
Publisher: Stockholm: Jernkontorets Bergshistoriska Utskott
Language: Norwegian.
In: Arktisk Gruvdrift. Teknik, vetenskap och historia i norr. Föredrag presenterade vid ett seminarium på Jernkontoret den 2 april 1998. (1999.),
Abstract: Describes history of claims to Svalbard, or use of it, from Norwegian (earlier Danish or Swedish) standpoint. Whaling killed goose that laid golden egg, but coal was of good quality and put foot to ground for owners' countries. Monroe Doctrine in reverse ended Longyear's ambitions. Successive Russian governments wanted use of island and its waters, but eventually got Novaya Zemlya and Franz Josef Land under their control when Svalbard Treaty delimited Norwegian rights. WW2 broke islands' neutrality, but Norway resumed rights and rule afterwards, despite Cold War. Russian mining and flying accidents in recent years have edged islands towards new, inner Arctic Ocean expansionism.
Notes:

In: Arktisk Gruvdrift. Teknik, vetenskap och historia i norr. Föredrag presenterade vid ett seminarium på Jernkontoret den 2 april 1998 / Urban Wråkberg, ed.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
622 -- Mining.
622.33 -- Coal mining.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 153200

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