November 22, 2017 By Ragnhild Groenning Commentary, Law and Governance, Norway, Politics and Strategy
The goal of the Norwegian Svalbard policy is stability and predictability, but this policy is contested – not just by Russia but also the EU.
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.
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.
September 19, 2017 By Justiina Dahl and Daria Gritsenko Commentary, Law and Governance, Politics and Strategy
This article discusses how the 2017 Arctic 100 Expedition failed in providing a new model for stakeholder engagement in the planning of the “New Arctic”.
August 2, 2017 By Karine Langlois Law and Governance, Multimedia, Shipping and Economics
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) launched a new film on challenges of search and rescue operations in polar regions.
July 25, 2017 By Lin A. Mortensgaard Denmark and Greenland, Law and Governance, Youth Perspective
This Youth Perspectives analyzes the role of non-knowledge in Denmark’s Arctic policy and its effects on the Arctic’s governance.
June 27, 2017 By Ragnhild Groenning Law and Governance, Multimedia
The questions who actually owns the Arctic are found in international law and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
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