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Record #207911:

The domestic politics of disputed Arctic boundaries: the Canadian case / James Manicom.

Title: The domestic politics of disputed Arctic boundaries: the Canadian case / James Manicom.
Author(s): Manicom, James.
Date: 2014.
In: Polar Record. (2014.), Vol. 50(253) (2014)
Abstract: Presents model for analysis of domestic-international nexus of Arctic politics. Offers preliminary attempt at mapping domestic politics of boundary disputes in Canadian Arctic. Explores potential impact of domestic politics on such disputes by identifying interests of domestic stakeholders. Views boundary negotiations as "two-level game" in which negotiations occur internationally and domestically.
Notes:

Polar Record. Vol. 50(253) :165-175 (2014).

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
327 -- International relations.
341.221 -- Territorial boundaries.
341.223 -- Territorial claims.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 207911

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