The United States takes over the chairmanship of the Arctic Council from Canada on April 24 during the Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada. Holding the chairmanship offers the U.S. an opportunity to shape the policy agenda in the region.
The U.S. should focus its chairmanship on establishing achievable goals. To this end, the U.S. should…
The United States Coast Guard is being left behind in the Arctic. While countries such as Russia are building up their...…
The Arctic is becoming the “wild west” of the 21st century, and the Russians have been quick to claim a good part of it...…
When it comes to Arctic policy, the White House is delivering a series of self-inflicted wounds. Though it keeps...…
In recent years, Russia has aggressively expanded its presence in the Arctic, while the United States has largely neglected this strategic area. Given the rising demand for oil and gas and the likelihood that Arctic sea-lanes will become more navigable, the U.S. should move resolutely to establish U.S. sovereign rights in the Arctic. Establishing a…
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