On October 16th, the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies’s new International Policy Institute hosted an insightful discussion on the connection between geopolitical trends and indigenous groups in the Arctic, the U.S. and Asia’s differing approaches to space exploration and establishing international cybersecurity norms. Canadian Studies Center participants who spoke in the first panel, “Changing Political and Economic Dynamics in the Arctic: Nation-States and Indigenous Permanent Participants,” included moderator, Nadine Fabbi, Managing Director, Canadian Studies Center; Kenneth S. Yalowitz, Global Fellow, The Wilson Center and former Ambassador to Belarus and Georgia; Ben Fitzhugh, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director of Quaternary Research Center, University of Washington; and Matt Morrison, Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Northwest Economic Region. Please see below for photos from this panel.
Read more about the Canadian Arctic panel: The Search for the Arctic’s New “Gold”: Cooperation In Governance
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