October 17, 2017 By Wilfrid Greaves and Daniel Pomerants Article, Defense and Security, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
This article investigates how the Arctic Council uses security language and which issues it depicts as relevant to regional securitization.
October 10, 2017 By Marc Jacobsen and Jeppe Strandsbjerg Article, Defense and Security, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
The Ilulissat Declaration was a pre-emptive desecuritization act in reaction to the growing concern for military conflict in the Arctic.
October 3, 2017 By Marc Jacobsen and Victoria Herrmann Article, Defense and Security, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
This special issue widens the debate on Arctic security through a comprehensive dialogue inclusive of the many different types of security.
June 20, 2017 By Gwen K. Healey Article, Canada, Indigenous Rights and Issues, Society and Culture
Inuit concepts can be used to inform a model for health care that reflects the values of the people it serves in Nunavut.
April 11, 2017 By Magdalena Pfaffl Article, Society and Culture, Sweden
Some remote communities in the Arctic have become hubs of innovation. Is there something to learn for humanity’s expansion into space?
March 14, 2017 By Andreas Østhagen Article, Denmark and Greenland, Norway, Politics and Strategy, Shipping and Economics
How can small-scale local capacities be developed and utilized across Arctic regions when responding to maritime emergency incidents?
March 1, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Article, Climate and Environment, Law and Governance
An Arctic Climate Fund could help stimulate an energy paradigm shift in the North.
February 13, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Article, Climate and Environment, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
By focusing support on developing countries in the Paris Rulebook, the needs of vulnerable Arctic communities become obscured.
January 16, 2017 By Kathrin Stephen and Sebastian Knecht Article, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
The Arctic is inextricably linked with places far beyond the North, which requires a new paradigm of the Arctic as a globally embedded space.
January 10, 2017 By Gerd Braune Article, Climate and Environment, Natural Resources and Energy, Politics and Strategy
Der Klimawandel, der Hunger nach Rohstoffen und der Drang der Nationalstaaten, sich Hoheitsrechte zu sichern, prägen unsere Wahrnehmung der Arktis.
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