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Argentina, Chile and the Antarctic Treaty That Eased Cold War Tensions

January 23, 2019

This article is adapted from AQ’s print issue on piracy in Latin America

As climate change opens up the Arctic, nations are trying to figure out how to divide its resources — while also keeping the peace.

They should look at what the region’s polar opposite did more than a half-century ago.

Following years of Cold War tensions and competing territorial...

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