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Anglo-Argentine rivalry after the Falklands: on the road to Antarctica? / Christopher C. Joyner.

Title: Anglo-Argentine rivalry after the Falklands: on the road to Antarctica? / Christopher C. Joyner.
Author(s): Joyner, Christopher C.
Date: 1985.
Publisher: Boston, MA: George Allen & Unwin
In: Falklands War : lessons for strategy, diplomacy and international law. (1985.),
Abstract: Examines geostrategic and geopolitical ramifications of 1982 Falklands War, with particular reference to both Argentine and British historical experiences in Antarctic region; nature of their respective territorial claims; and relative prospects for cooperation or confrontation in wake of 1982 conflict. Includes overview of Argentina's exploration and development in Antarctica from 1934-1958 and subsuming of American sector of Antarctica under 1947 Rio Treaty's security umbrella; evaluation of symbolic acts of sovereignty, Pope Alexander VI's 1493 Bull and doctrine of uti possidetis juis; geographical propinquity as in Arctic and in international law; deficiencies of British Letters Patent of 1908; efforts to adjudicate overlapping Argentine, Chilean and British claims through International Court of Justice; and natural resources as potential source of Anglo-Argentine rivalry in Antarctica.
Notes:

In: The Falklands War : lessons for strategy, diplomacy and international law / Alberto R. Coll, Anthony C. Arend, eds.

Keywords: 355 -- Defence.
355.457 -- Defence of particular regions.
355.48 -- Military history: 1982.
325 -- Colonisation.
327 -- International relations.
330.524 -- Natural resources.
341 -- Law, international.
341.223 -- Territorial claims.
341.223.1 -- Territory, occupation and possession.
341.64 -- International Court of Justice.
342.3 -- Sovereignty.
341.24 -- Treaties, international: 1947 Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR).
341.24 -- Treaties, international: 1947 Rio Treaty.
341.24 -- Treaties, international: 1959 Antarctic Treaty.
061(100) -- Organizations, international: Organisation of American States (OAS).
J -- Social sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*72) -- Falkland Islands, Falkland Islands Dependencies, and British Antarctic Territory.
(*721) -- Falkland Islands.
(410) -- Great Britain.
(82) -- Argentina.
SPRI record no.: 183298

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