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Prof. Gallucci on the U.S. – Russia Arctic arms race

April 18, 2016


U.S. Marines undertake a military exercise in Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines conduct military exercises during the winter mountain operations course at the Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport.

In an article published by The National Interest, Director & Chair of Canadian Studies Prof. Vincent Gallucci discusses the implications of the U.S.- Russia Arctic arms race.

According to Prof. Gallucci, Arctic issues and climate change are beyond the scientific understanding and management capacity of any single country. And as national interests begin to clash over boundaries, rich Arctic oil and gas resources, and fisheries, both the United States and Russia have strong interests in keeping the Arctic an area of peaceful cooperation.


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