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Arctic Review on Law and Politics Vol. 5 (2014)
Øyvind Ravna (leader): Into the open access world, 153-154
Øyvind Østerud and Geir Hønneland: Geopolitics and international governance in the Arctic, 156-176
Maria Madalena das Neves: Electricity interconnection and trade between Norway and Russia, 177-200
Berit Kristoffersen and Brigt Dale: Post petroleum security in Lofoten: How identity matters, 201-226
Kristian Cedervall Lauta: A drop in the ocean, 227-249
Thierry Rodon: “Working together”: The dynamics of multilevel governance in Nunavut, 250-271
Øyvind Ravna and Svein Kr. Arntzen (leader): An important contribution to research on fisheries law and law of the sea, 1-2
Carsten Smith: Fisheries in coastal Sami areas: Geopolitical concerns?, 4-10
Claire W. Armstrong, Arne Eide, Ola Flaaten, Knut Heen and Inga Wigdahl Kaspersen: Rebuilding the Northeast Arctic Cod Fisheries – Economic and Social Issues, 11-37
John Duffield, Chris Neher and David Patterson: Oil Spill in Northern Waters: Trial Outcomes and the Long-Term in Case of the Exxon Valdez , 38-74
Geir Hønneland: Norway and Russia: Bargaining Precautionary Fisheries Management in the Barents Sea, 75-99
Helgi Grétarsson and Rannvá Danielsen: The Faroese Effort Quota Management System, 100-122
Antti Aikio and Mattias Åhrén: A reply to calls for an extension of the definition of Sámi in Finland, 123-143
Magne Frostad: Some thoughts on the Russian use of armed force in Ukraine, 146-149
Arctic Review on Law and Politics Vol. 4 (2013)
Øyvind Ravna (leader): The significance of Indigenous issues, 137-138
Vladimir A. Kryazhkov: Development of Russian legislation on Northern Indigenous Peoples, 140-155
Ghislain Otis and Aurélie Laurent: Indigenous land claims in Europe: The European Court of Human Rights and the decolonization of property, 156-180
Grace Li Xiu Woo: Decolonization and Canada’s ‘Idle No More’ Movement, 181-206
Leena Heinämäki and Thora Martina Herrmann: The Recognition of Sacred Natural Sites of Arctic Indigenous Peoples as a Part of Their Right to Cultural Integrity, 207-233
Svein Vigeland Rottem: The Political Architecture of Security in the Arctic – the Case of Norway, 234-254
Øyvind Ravna (leader): Human rights at stake in the Circumpolar Regions, 1–3.
Ruslan Garipov: Resource Extraction from Territories of Indigenous Minority Peoples in the Russian North: International Legal and Domestic Regulation, 4–20.
Magne Frostad: The «Colonial Clause» and Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights: The European Convention on Human Rights Article 56 and its Relationship to Article 1, 21–42.
Eivind Torp: The legal basis of Sami reindeer herding rights in Sweden, 43–61.
Eva Josefsen and Eli Skogerbø: An Indigenous Public Sphere? The Media and the 2009 Sámediggi Election Campaign, 62–89.
Jan Jakub Solski: New Developments in Russian Regulation of Navigation on the Northern Sea Route, 90–120.
Arctic Review on Law and Politics Vol. 3 (2012)
Natalia Loukacheva and Øyvind Ravna: Findings of the Second Conference, 147-149
Mikhail M. Brinchuk: The Concept and Structure of Russian Ecological Legislation,
Mikhail Permilovskiy: The Axiological Approach to the Regulation of the Right to a Favourable Environment, 162-185
Tolokontseva Daria: Use of Correctional and Labour Measures on the Inmates of The Solovetsky Camp in the 1920s and 1930s, 186-199
Natalia Loukacheva: Indigenous Inuit Law, “Western” Law and Northern Issues, 200-217
Nikolas Sellheim: The Reflection of Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) in the Barents Environmental Cooperation, 218-243
Maria Hammer and Alf Håkon Hoel: The Development of Scientific Cooperation under the Norway–Russia Fisheries Regime in the Barents Sea, 244-274
Øyvind Ravna (leader): New insights and a better understanding of issues related to the Arctic and the High North, 1–3.
Njord Wegge: The EU and the Arctic: European foreign policy in the making, 6–29.
Marit Myrvoll, Alma Thuestad, Elin Rose Myrvoll and Inger Marie Holm-Olsen:
Unpredictable consequences of Sámi self-determination – rethinking the legal protection of Sámi cultural heritage in Norway, 30–50.
Steinar Pedersen: The Coastal Sámi of Norway and their rights to traditional marine livelihood, 51–80.
Susann Funderud Skogvang: Fiskerigrensesaken mellom Norge og Storbritannia og sakens betydning for norsk rett 60 år senere, 81–107.
Bjørn Geirr Harsson and George Preiss: Norwegian Baselines, Maritime Boundaries and the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, 108–129.
Arctic Review on Law and Politics Vol. 2 (2011)
Øyvind Ravna(leader): Legal and political challenges in governance
of Northern natural resources,135–137.
Mikkel Nils Sara: Land Usage and Siida Autonomy, 138–158.
Christina Allard: The Nordic countries’ law on Sámi territorial rights, 159–183.
Vidar Jarle Landmark: Fiskerikonsesjoner og rettigheter,184–198.
Christel Elvestad, Frode Nilssen and Ludmila Ivanova: The New Paradigm for Nature Protection: A Model for Russia’s High North?199–221.
Øyvind Ravna (leader): The third issue of Arctic Review on Law and Politics,1–3.
Claudia Cinelli: The Law of the Sea and the Arctic Ocean, 4–24.
Alastair Campbell, Terry Fenge and Udloriak Hanson: Implementing the 1993 Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, 25–51.
Mikkel Berg-Nordlie: Striving to Unite. The Russian Sámi and the Nordic Sámi Parliament model,52–76.
Eivind Torp: Betydelsen av samiska traditioner i svensk rätt, 77–101.
Arctic Review on Law and Politics vol. 1 (2010)
Alf Håkon Hoel and Øyvind Ravna (leader): The New Age of the Arctic, 59–163.
Oran R. Young: Arctic Governance – Pathways to the Future, 164–185.
Alf Håkon Hoel: Integrated Oceans Management in the Arctic: Norway and Beyond,186–206.
Olav Schram Stokke: Barents Sea Fisheries – the IUU Struggle, 207–224.
Arild Moe: Russian and Norwegian petroleum strategies in the Barents Sea,225–248.
Tore Henriksen: Conservation and Sustainable Use of Arctic Marine Biodiversity, 249–278.
Kristian Åtland: Russia and its Neighbors: Military Power, Security Politics, and Interstate Relations in the Post-Cold War Arctic, 279–298.
Helgi Gretarsson: Allocation of Demersal Harvest Rights in Iceland, 299–318.
Øyvind Ravna (leader): A new academic journal is born, 1–3.
Carsten Smith: Retten til fiske i havet utenfor Finnmark, 4–27.
Camilla Brattland: Mapping Rights in Coastal Sami Seascapes, 28–53.
Valmaine Toki: Indigenous Peoples’ Fisheries Rights – A comparative perspective between Maori and the Sami, 54–81.
Douglas C. Harris and Peter Millerd: Food Fish, Commercial Fish, and Fish to Support a Moderate Livelihood: Characterizations Aboriginal and Treaty Rights to Canadian Fisheries, 82–107.
Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde: A Geographical, Historical and Legal Perspective on the Right to Fishery in Norwegian Tidal Waters, 108–130.
Tore Henriksen: The Greening of Norwegian Fisheries Legislation: Introduction of Environmental Principles to Fisheries Management, 131–157.