Who runs the Centre？
Director of the PCRC
Professor of International Law, GSICS, Kobe University
Research Interest: Public International Law; Arctic Law; Antarctic Treaty System; International Environmental Law, International Lawmaking Process. See his personal HP. He is a member of the International Arctic Science Committee’s Social and Human Working Group (IASC-SHWG) and an Executive Committee member of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) Humanities and Social Sciences Expert Group (HASSEG).
Assistant Professor of the Centre, GSICS, Kobe University
Research Interest: Public International law; Law of Treaties; Treaty Interpretation
Recent Publication:"Evolutionary Interpretation of Treaties Re-examined: The Two-Stage Reasoning ," Journal of International Cooperation Studies, Vol.22 No.2/3 (2015), pp.127-149.
E-mail: kobe_arctic_research2 [at]diamond.kobe-u.ac.jp
Maria Madalena das Neves
Visiting Associate Professor, GSICS, Kobe University; PCRC Member (September 7 - November 6, 2017)
Affiliation: Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, Researcher at the K.G. Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea
Research Interest: Energy Law, International Law of the Sea, International Economic Law, International Environmental and Climate Change Law, European Law, EEA Law.
Maria Madalena das Neves and Nigel Bankes, "The Energy Policies of Selected Arctic States" in Natalia Loukacheva (ed.), Polar Law and Resources, Norden 2015 pp. 119 - 134.
Research Fellow of PCRC-GSICS, Kobe University (October 16, 2017-February 15, 2018)
Affiliation: Ph.D. candidate in Law, Complutense University of Madrid
Research Interest: International Environmental Law; Arctic Governance; International Climate Change Law; International Relations.
- “Defining security in a changing Arctic: helping to prevent an Arctic security dilemma” Polar Record, 52 (6), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016, pp. 672—679. (with Conde Pérez, E.)
- “El Ártico, estrategias de desarrollo sostenible en un mundo global” in Sanz Larruga, F., J. (Dir.), Derecho Ambiental en Tiempos de Crisis. Comunicaciones presentadas al Congreso de la Red Ecover, Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2016, pp. 117—130.
Nikolas P. SELLHEIM
JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow (Short-Term) and PCRC Senior Research Fellow (February 28, 2017- February 27, 2018)
Research Interest: Arctic law and governance; maritime societies; marine mammal hunting; legal anthropology. Nikolas is the co-Editor-in-Chief of Polar Record , the journal of the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge, UK.
- Scopes and Limits of ‘Arcticness’ – Arctic Livelihoods, Marine Mammals, and the Law. (forthcoming). In: Kelman, Ilan (ed.). Arcticness and change: Power and voice from the north. London: UCL Press.
- The Voice of Disapproval: The Expressive Function and Paradox of the EU Seal Regime. 2016. The Polar Journal 6 (2): 224-242.
JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow (Standard) and Invited Associate Professor, PCRC-GSICS, Kobe University (June 2017- June 2019)
Affiliation： Associate Professor of Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai China
Research Interest: Marine living resources conservation in polar areas; oceans policies and regulations. She has got papers published in journals in control and protection of marine environment, polar fisheries management, Arctic shipping, and Chinese fisheries policies, etc
Recent Publications: -"Stirred Water Under the Ice Cap: An Analysis on A5’s Stewardship in the Central Arctic Ocean Fisheries Management" Arctic Yearbook, 2016: 453-466.
-“Comparison of Arctic Navigation Administration between Russia and Canada” in Myron H. Nordquist, John Norton Moore, and Ronan Long (Eds) Challenges of the Changing Arctic: Continental Shelf, Navigation, and Fisheries. Boston: Brill Nijhoff Publishers, 2016: 286-302.
Associate Professor of International Law, GSICS, Kobe University
Research Interest: Public International Law; International Institutional Law; Law of International Responsibility
Associate Professor of International Relations, GSICS, Kobe University
Research Interest: Theories of International Politics; International Norm; Global Governance
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Maritime Sciences, Kobe University
Research Interest: Atmospheric and Environmental Science
Lindsay Arthur TAMM
Research Fellow of PCRC-GSICS, Kobe University (June 20-September 30, 2016)
Affiliation： Polar Law graduate student at the University of Akureyri, Iceland
Research Interest: Public International Law; Arctic Governance; Antarctic Treaty; Arctic Council Observer States
Visiting Professor, GSICS, Kobe University
PCRC Member (July 1-September 16, 2016)
Affiliation: Professor, UiT, Arctic University of Norway; Leader, K.G. Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea
Research Interest: International law of the sea, International environmental law and international fisheries law
Recent Publications: Tore Henriksen,“Protecting Polar Environments: Coherency in Regulating Arctic Shipping.” In Rosemary Rayfuse (ed.), Research Handbook on International Marine Environmental Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015), pp. 363-384; Tore Henriksen,“Conservation of marine biodiversity and the International Maritime Organization.” In Christina Voigt (ed.), Rule of Law for Nature: New Dimensions and Ideas in Environmental Law (Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp.331-346.
JSPS Invited Fellow (July 1-August 29, 2016) and Visiting Professor, PCRC-GSICS, Kobe University
Affiliation:School of International Relations, St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
Research Interest:Russia's Arctic strategy; Arctic in global politics
Recent Publications：Sergunin A., Konyshev V., Russia in the Arctic Hard or Soft Power? (idem-Verlag, 2016); Konyshev V., Sergunin A., "Is Russia a revisionist military power inthe Arctic?," Defense and Security Analysis, Vol.30 No.4, (2014),pp.323-335.
Visiting Professor (March 3-April 7, 2016), PCRC-GSICS, Kobe University
Affiliation： Professor of Public International Law, Director of the Institute of Air and Space Law, University of Lapland, Finland
Research Interest: Public International Law; Space Law; International Environmental Law; Law of the Sea; Arctic Law