The Validity of Australia’s Claim to Antarctic Territory in International Law
Australia claims sovereignty over 42% of the Antarctic continent. Indi Hodgson-Johston’s thesis evaluates and analyses the international laws of acquiring territory, and customary law, to assess the validity of this claim.
social & academic profiles
Australian politics and Antarctic sovereignty: themes, protagonists and antagonists”, Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs, 7 (3) pp. 183-202.
The laws of territorial acquisition as applied to claims to Antarctic territory: a review of legal scholarship”, The Yearbook of Polar Law, 7 pp. 556-606.
Antarctic rubbish tips: Australia’s international obligations”, Australian Environment Review, 29 (4) pp. 108-112
Engaging the Australian Youth in the AAT”, Australia’s Antartica: Proceedings of the Symposium to Mark 75 Years of the Australian Antarctic Territory, 24th August, 2011 Hobart, pp. 61-67
Japan’s whaling fleet sets sail again, and there’s not much that can stop it, The Conversation, 1 December 2015
Sea Shepherd’s toothfish mission bites off more than it can chew, The Conversation, 3 December 2014
Japan’s new whaling program is a small win for whales, but…, The Conversation, 20 November 2014
Is Australia’s claim to Antarctica at risk?, The Conversation, 17 October 2014
How whale poop helps feed the ocean, The Conversation, 4 August 2014