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Arctic policy of the Republic of Korea

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  • Arctic policy of the Republic of Korea
  • Jin, Dongmin; Seo, Won-sang; Lee, Seokwoo
  • University of Maine School of Law


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Title Arctic policy of the Republic of Korea
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Jin, Dongmin; Seo, Won-sang; Lee, Seokwoo

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[Portland, U.S.] : University of Maine School of Law

Date 2017-02
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Ocean and Coastal Law Journal:vol. 22(no. 1)
Pages 13
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding University of Maine School of Law
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Abstract

Korea has been aware of the humanitarian and national significance of the Arctic and Antarctic since before the millennium. On the one hand, Korea has strived in the field of scientific research by joining the Antarctic Treaty System. On the other hand, Korea has promoted various economic cooperation with the Arctic nations. Korea joined the Antarctic Treaty System in 1986, established the Antarctic King Sejong Station in 1988, established the Arctic Dasan Station in Ny-Ålesund, Norway in 2002, and joined the Svalbard Treaty in 2012. Furthermore, Korea has participated in summits with the Arctic nations since 2008. In 2012, President Lee, Myung-Bak visited Russia, Greenland, and Norway to promote cooperation over the Northern Sea Route, shipbuilding, and energy resources, among other things. (The rest omitted)