Geopolitics: One Arctic or two?

Timo Koivurova, Research Professor at Arctic Centre at University of Lapland, and Marc Lanteigne, Associate Professor of Political Science at University of Tromsø, discuss in a recently published article the consequences of the Ukraine conflict on Arctic collaboration.

Russia represents almost half of the Arctic region, but several Arctic partnerships have shown their dissatisfaction with the war in Ukraine, and are thus pausing their cooperation with Russia.

But even if Arctic cooperation continues without Russia, our common issues, such as the impact of climate change, remain. Read the whole article on The Polar Connection

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