Is Russia Preparing to Challenge the Status Quo in Antarctica? (Part Two) (The Jamestown Foundation)

The Antarctic Treaty System (ATS) has regulated the current status quo in Antarctica since it came into force in 1961. However, the ATS regime is set to expire in 2048, and some actors, including Russia, have been intensifying their activities on the world’s southernmost continent in anticipation (see Part One, EDM, June 9).

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