By: Malcolm Templeton
Story of how New Zealand's attitude to its wedge-shaped slice of Antarctica moved gradually over forty years from one of near-neglect to one of active involvement in the negotiation of an international regime designed to protect the southernmost continent from political rivalries and potential damage to the fragile environment.
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