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How does the eight Arctic states, NATO, the Arctic Council, and UNCLOS engage with 21st Century security developments in the High North? Take a look at our Quick Start Guide to Arctic Security!

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Popular and governmental icebreaker discourse is increasingly framed in inappropriate terms, says Andreas Kuersten. Read more about icebreakers and US power in War on the Rocks

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Stéphane Dion underlines cooperation with Russia as a key component of Canada’s Arctic policy. This marks a shift away from the more confrontational approach by the previous conservative government. More by TAI's Ragnhild Grønning in today's High North News

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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon awarded the first Arctic Circle Prize for the role he played in the recent Paris Agreement as well as his help in creating the Sustainable Development Goals

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Stay up to date on the Arctic - take a look at our weekly newsletter The Arctic This Week!

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Former Canadian Foreign Minister Lloyd Axworthy says the Arctic Council needs to broaden its scope to include security issues, while ensuring that the increasing number of international observers don't drown out Northern voices

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Chinese shipping company COSCO has sent five vessels through the Northern Sea Route (NSR) this year as part of its Arctic voyage program. More by TAI's Malte Humpert in High North News:

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It's that time of the week! Our newsletter The Arctic This Week is here

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Alaska Native leaders and representatives from five Indigenous organizations from across the Arctic share their perspectives in advance of White House Arctic Science Ministerial

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For the first time in history, Norway has two intelligence-gathering vessels. Russian activity in the High North one reason, says Chief of Norwegian Intelligence Service in an interview with Aftenposten (in Norwegian)
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