The Antarctic Treaty and related agreements, collectively known as the Antarctic
Treaty System (ATS), regulate international relations with respect to Antarctica, ...
The Antarctic Treaty was signed in Washington on 1 December 1959 by the
twelve countries whose scientists had been active in and around Antarctica
Treaty Text. Narrative. The Antarctic Treaty, the earliest of the post-World War II
arms limitation agreements, has significance both in itself and as a precedent.
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A summary of the Antarctic Treaty, an outline of the 14 articles.
Number of Parties: 53 states, of which 12 are original members and Consultative
Parties, 29 Consultative Parties with voting status at Antarctic Treaty ...
Antarctic Treaty, (Dec. 1, 1959), agreement signed by 12 nations, in which the
Antarctic continent was made a demilitarized zone to be preserved for scientific ...
Signed in 1959, the Antarctic Treaty provides the legal framework for the region
beyond 60º South latitude. It reserves the region for peace, promotes scientific ...
The spirit of cooperation and mutual understanding with which _ representatives
of the 12 countries drafted the Antarctic Treaty and signed it for their respective ...
Antarctic Treaty. Status of the Treaty; Text of the Treaty. Signed at Washington: 1
December 1959. Entered into force: 23 June 1961. Depositary: Government of ...