China, Russia, and Arctic Geopolitics
By Ling Guo and Steven Lloyd Wilson
Russian Pacific Fleet Aircraft Conduct Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise in Arctic Ocean
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Securing Santa: Forging a US Arctic Strategy
By James R. Holmes
Not All Conflict Is Irrational
Were states to get into a tussle over the Arctic someday, they wouldn’t necessarily be irrational.
5 Questions Canada's Navy Should Ask About Its Pacific Strategy
Savvy strategy is even more important for middleweight powers like Canada than for a great power like the US.
America Needs an Enemy in the Arctic
The Obama administration’s Arctic strategy assumes there will be tranquility. That’s wishful thinking.
Five Obstacles to U.S. Arctic Strategy
“Orienting ourselves toward this new strategic problem is a worthy first step.”
U.S. Coast Guard Meets Corbett
Why not let USCG spearhead maritime strategy in offshore waters where it will already be performing police and disaster-response duty?
Norway's Arctic Power Play, Asia Dream
Could climate change and a receding polar ice cap open new opportunities for Norway in Asia?
The New Great Game: The Arctic Ocean
The warming of the Arctic could change several nations’ geostrategic calculations.
China's Arctic Powerplay
China has been working to extend its influence in the Arctic. It’s a move that could have global ramifications.