|"Homestead," courtesy of Clare Kines|
The Arctic This Week 2014:13
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READS OF THE WEEK
Two Robs weighed-in on Arctic politics last week. Rob Huebert discussed “How Russia’s move into Crimea upended Canada’s Arctic strategy” in the Globe & Mail, and Robert R. Murray talked (Mis)understanding the Arctic for E-IR. Murray argues that “the scholarly study of international relations is lagging behind in its application to Arctic politics,” and Huebert predicts that “the very face of Canadian Arctic security is about to change, and not for the better.”