, Admission/Application Essay
...Antarctica; Argentina, Chile, France, New Zealand, Norway, Australia and United Kingdom. The United States refused to recognize the claims of the others, and in 1959, an agreement was reached, titled “the Antarctic Treaty”. The agreement was reached by twelve states, the original seven, plus five other states (Japan, Belgium, South Africa, The U.S and USSR) whose scientists had been conducting research in Antarctica. This treaty stipulates that the parties to the treaty have no solitary right to Antarctica, and that no new claims would be made. Antarctica shall, therefore, be used for peaceful purposes and scientific research by the parties to the Treaty. All non... International Law How can you ify...