Environmental and Economic Changes in the Arctic
“Final Frozen Frontier: Geopolitical and Geo-Economic Thinking on the Arctic” was a session of the Global Security Forum 2011.
Ambassadors of Canada, Sweden, and Norway, and the deputy foreign minister of of Greenland discussed environmental and economic changes in the Arctic.… read more
Ambassadors of Canada, Sweden, and Norway, and the deputy foreign minister of of Greenland discussed environmental and economic changes in the Arctic. Topics included melting icecaps, fisheries, and the law of the sea. They also responded to audience member questions at the end of the discussion.
“Final Frozen Frontier: Geopolitical and Geo-Economic Thinking on the Arctic” was a session of the Global Security Forum 2011. close
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Heather A. Conley Director Center for Strategic and International Studies->Europe Program
Gary Doer Ambassador Canada->United States
Jonas Hafstrom Ambassador Sweden->United States
Inuuteq Holm Olsen Deputy Foreign Minister Greenland
Wegger Christian Strommen Ambassador Norway->United States
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