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Arctic stakeholders have demonstrated their interest in peaceful, sustainable development of the region, but the real challenge is recognising local priorities and integrating them into natural resource management efforts.
Why defining the interests of Arctic’s coastal and user states and avoiding conflict between them might be more straightforward than most people think
Exploring the reality and the hype of Arctic boundary disputes, land grabs, resource races, and the transformation of global shipping
After a brief taste of democracy, the Maldives has veered back towards authoritarian rule in the past year; by exploiting fundamentalist religious and nationalist forces, the current crop of rulers may have undermined their own positions
China has clearly identified the Arctic as an arena for international contest, but its policy for the region, still in its infancy, remains hostage to climate change.
The tumultuous confirmation process of America’s new Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel revealed a great deal about the current state of US politics, putting to rest any doubts that the era of bipartisan