Monthly Archives: November 2014

Close Encounters with the Russian Military: Implications for Arctic Security Cooperation?

What does the recent burst of Russian military activity or brinkmanship, as some have characterized it, mean for the Arctic? While current Russia-NATO strategic posturing may accurately reflect the sorry depths to which relations between Russia and most of the … Continue reading

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A nuclear-weapons-free Arctic?

Changing climatic conditions in the Arctic have brought regional security concerns into renewed focus, and security relations in the north are in turn inevitably affected by confrontations in other parts of the world. Nevertheless, the region continues to develop as … Continue reading

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