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K. Åtland (2014)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Journal: Polar Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: GC1-1581, Science (General), Q1-390, GE1-350, Oceanography, Environmental sciences
How will the changes currently taking place in the Arctic affect the future nature of interstate relations in the region? To what extent, and how, will the decline in summer and winter sea ice in the Polar Basin lead to changes in the pattern of human activity in the Arctic? How do the Arctic states approach the region and each other, and to what extent are their Arctic strategies compatible? Will the Arctic become an arena of jurisdictional disputes and heightened military tension, or will it become a region of cooperation and prosperity? These are among the core questions addressed in The fast-changing Arctic: rethinking security for a warmer world, edited by Barry Scott Zellen.(Published: 19 February 2014)Citation: Polar Research 2014, 33, 23951, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v33.23951 
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