In order to promote international cooperation in the field of scientific study in Antarctica, in accordance with Article II of this Treaty, the Parties agree that, to the extent possible and in a practical manner, the following steps include the steps of the Software Installation Wizard at the beginning of the installation, in which a user must click on “Agreement” before being able to proceed with the installation of the Software. In the years following World War II, as interest grew in protecting the continent from militarization, a diplomatic debate began over the possibility of formalizing a demilitarization agreement. On 3 May 11, 1958, the United States proposed to the other 11 nations participating in the IGY to depart from a conference on the basis of the points of convergence reached in informal discussions: (b) Such an amendment or addition shall enter into force for each other Party when the notification of ratification by it has been received by the depositary Government. Any Party which, within two years of the date of entry into force of the amendment or modification referred to in point (a) of paragraph 1 of this Article, is not notified of ratification shall be deemed to have been eliminated by the date of expiry of that period. (1) that the legal status quo of the Antarctic continent remains unchanged; (2) continue scientific cooperation; (3) that the continent is used only for peaceful purposes. . . .