September 26, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Climate and Environment, Report, United States
A foundation-led effort may be the best approach to provide resources to US towns in need of climate-induced relocation.
May 8, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Climate and Environment, Law and Governance, Natural Resources and Energy, Report
How will cooperation between the United States and other Arctic States advance after the US hands over AC Chairmanship to Finland?
April 18, 2017 By Andreas Raspotnik and Adam Stępień European Union, Politics and Strategy, Report
A joint report by TAI and the Arctic Centre, University of Lapland on the EP’s Arctic resolution on an integrated EU policy for the Arctic.
May 16, 2016 By Adam Stępień and Andreas Raspotnik European Union, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy, Report
A joint report by TAI and the Arctic Centre (University of Lapland) on the EU’s new Joint Communication on Arctic matters.
April 16, 2015 By Victoria Herrmann Natural Resources and Energy, Report, Society and Culture, United States 3 Comments
Globalization, urbanization, and demographic shifts present Arctic stakeholders with the opportunity to reinvent circumpolar development.
November 10, 2014 By Andreas Raspotnik Law and Governance, Report, Shipping and Economics No Comments
The article (in mandarin) offers a concise overview of the Northern Sea Route’s underlying governance structure.
October 31, 2014 By Malte Humpert Report, Russia, Shipping and Economics No Comments
Expectations are high that Arctic shipping routes will rival traditional shipping routes and complement the Suez Canal.
November 13, 2013 By Malte Humpert China, Report, Russia, Shipping and Economics No Comments
Expectations are high that the Northern Sea Route will rival traditional shipping routes and become the new silk road to China.
November 27, 2012 By Malte Humpert and Andreas Raspotnik Law and Governance, Report, Shipping and Economics No Comments
The potential of the Transpolar Sea Route has so far been neglected when assessing Arctic shipping. TAI provides the very first assessment.