Tag archives for Arctic

Patrick Flamm

Patrick Flamm, Victoria University of Wellington Patrick Flamm is Lecturer in International Relations at the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington. His research interests are identity and foreign policy, South Korean foreign policy, territorial disputes, Antarctic politics as well as global environmental politics and the Anthropocene in […]

Oran Young Awarded IASC Medal

IASC Medal 2018: Dr. Oran Young The IASC Medal is awarded in recognition of exceptional and sustained contributions to the understanding of the Arctic. This year, IASC recognizes Dr. Oran Young’s Outstanding Achievement to Understand Arctic Institutional Dynamics, International Regimes, and Environmental Policy. Dr. Young is professor emeritus and co-director of the Program on Governance for […]

Kees Bastmeijer

Kees Bastmeijer, Tilburg University Kees Bastmeijer is Professor of Nature Conservation and Water Law at Tilburg University (The Netherlands). His research focuses on Polar Law and the role of international, European, and domestic law in protecting nature. He has a special interest in the legal developments relating to the Polar Regions (the Antarctic and the […]

Simon Lesenechal

Simon Lesenechal, University of Toulouse Simon Lesenechal is currently studying in second year of master degree, in the University of Toulouse. His research is focused on the Arctic region and its geopolitics, as well as the dynamics of cooperation. He is interested in both poles, and is interested as well in the Antarctic for a doctoral project. […]

Joy Hancock

Joy Hancock, University of Tennessee Joy Hancock is a fifth-year doctoral student in Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Tennessee.  Before entering her current program, Joy received a Modern Language Combination B.A. at the University of Central Florida (2002-2006). She also completed an M.A. in Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University […]

Renuka Badhe

Renuka Badhe, European Polar Board Dr. Renuka Badhe currently serves as the Executive Secretary of the European Polar Board, and is based in the Netherlands. Her background is in economics and public policy, and she holds a PhD on southern ocean phytoplankton physiology. Renuka has worked with a range international organisations on various aspects of polar […]

Arctic Legal & Policy Opportunity, Kobe University

Invitation for collaborative research on Arctic legal and policy issues at Kobe University, Japan (starting April to September 2016)   The indication of interest must reach Professor Shibata immediately, but no later than 31 July 2015.   Kobe University Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) is offering to host, as prestigious JSPS fellows, a […]

Akiho Shibata

Akiho Shibata, Kobe University Akiho Shibata is professor of international law at Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS), Kobe University in Japan. He has written extensively in the fields of Antarctic Treaty system, international environmental law, and international law-making process in both English and Japanese, including “Japan and 100 Years of Antarctic Legal Order: Any […]