2030 NORTH: Towards a Canadian Arctic Strategy

Presented by Franklyn Griffiths Summary: Given an extensive frontage on the Arctic Ocean and, after Russia, the largest land holdings in this part of the world, Canada has a great deal at […]

Presented by Franklyn Griffiths

Summary:

Given an extensive frontage on the Arctic Ocean and, after Russia, the largest land holdings in this part of the world, Canada has a great deal at stake in the evolution of the Arctic as an international political region, specifically in the changing proportion of cooperation and conflict among the ice states and in their dealings with non-Arctic states who may want in. Should change favour conflict, not only Canada but the region as a whole will suffer the costs and risks of strategic rivalry and all manner of collaboration foregone. Vigorous cooperation is surely Canada’s preference.

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