December 19, 2017 By Andreas Østhagen Article, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
As the Arctic region changes, the need for new maritime boundaries to delineate and regulate responsibilities and rights is increasing.
December 12, 2017 By Emmi Ikonen Article, Politics and Strategy, Shipping and Economics
Enhancing international cooperation and increasing information sharing is required in order to develop Arctic search and rescue capabilities.
November 28, 2017 By Cadra Peterson McDaniel Article, Indigenous Rights and Issues, Politics and Strategy, Russia
Russia’s Arctic strategy is designed to foster broader acceptance for Russian military and economic actions in the Arctic.
November 21, 2017 By Ole Wæver Article, Defense and Security, Politics and Strategy, Society and Culture
Our Special Issue widened the debate on Arctic security and provided an “arctification” of securitization theory.
November 14, 2017 By Ulrik Pram Gad Article, Defense and Security, Politics and Strategy, Society and Culture
How will the prioritization of the Greenlandic, Danish, and English languages put Greenland on very different routes towards independence?
November 7, 2017 By Rasmus K. Rasmussen and Henrik Merkelsen Article, Natural Resources and Energy, Politics and Strategy, Society and Culture
Narrative analysis of the Danish-Greenlandic governance controversies on whether potential uranium exploitation is a security issue or not.
October 31, 2017 By Victoria Herrmann Article, Climate and Environment, Indigenous Rights and Issues, Society and Culture
The current Arctic security discourse and related action do not match up to the United Nations climate change negotiations.
October 26, 2017 By Malte Humpert Article, Law and Governance, Russia, Shipping and Economics
The Polar Code came into effect in 2017 to enhance safety, but nearly 100 vessels violate the safety Rules of Navigation on Russia’s NSR.
October 24, 2017 By Heather Exner-Pirot and Robert Murray Article, Climate and Environment, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
Arctic regional order is exceptional as states have worked to negotiate an order of balance predicated on cooperation and multilateralism.
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.
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