22 October 2018
In 30 years’ time, the treaty that maintains harmony in Antarctica will be up for review. The treaty puts any expansions to territorial claims to Antarctica on hold – officially. Jill Barrett, an international law consultant and visiting Reader in International Law at Queen Mary said: “The claimant states, in a sense, keep their claims in a box, if you like, with a lid on it. But that box will never be thrown away." Read the whole article here.