Dispute Resolution and Scientific Whaling in the Antarctic

The Story Continues

in Asia-Pacific Journal of Ocean Law and Policy
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Dispute Resolution and Scientific Whaling in the Antarctic

The Story Continues

in Asia-Pacific Journal of Ocean Law and Policy

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On 7 December 201533 States issued a joint demarche condemning Japan’s decision to reinstitute lethal scientific research. On 12 January 2016 given the likely resumption of the so-called ‘whale wars’ between the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and the Japanese whaling fleet which has already resulted in the sinking of a protest vessel a finding of piracy by the U.S. Courts and a series of dangerous altercations between the two parties the governments of Australia the Netherlands New Zealand and the U.S. issued a joint statement calling for restraint and an adherence to recognised navigational standards. The joint statement pointedly observed that newrep-A "has not proceeded through the IWC’s processes"; see Government of the Netherlands Joint Statement on Whaling and Safety at Sea 12 January 2016 available at https://www.government.nl/documents/media-articles/2016/01/12/joint-statement-on-whaling-and-safety-at-sea.

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Oliver Milman‘Australia considers legal action as Japan snubs Antarctic whaling ban’The Guardian (20 October 2015) available at http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/oct/20/australia-considers-legal-action-as-japan-snubs-antarctic-whaling-ban.

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