Russia's Western Military District - 01 oct

Great Power Competition in The Arctic


As the polar ice mass above the Arctic Circle rapidly retracts due to global warming, diminishing ice is leading to increased maritime access to Arctic sea routes for both military and commercial vessels.

Russia and China have declared the Arctic region a national priority and made corresponding investments in capability and capacity to expand their influence in the region. This intel briefing extract will explore the relationship between Arctic security, state policies, access to Arctic natural resources and more.

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Webinar: Great Power Competition in the Arctic This webinar will examine and analyse trends in operations by non-state armed groups across 2020