Arctic and International Relations Series
Arctic and International Relations Video Series
A partnership between the Canadian Studies Center/Arctic and International Relations and the Future of Ice initiative at the University of Washington is dedicated to translating scholarship into policy options to enhance international cooperation in the Arctic and the inclusion of Arctic Indigenous peoples in decision making for the region. The Center and Future of Ice host on-going workshops, symposia, and conferences and produce Arctic and International Affairs Series to address issues that challenge cooperation in the Arctic and suggest policy options for the future.
Evolution of the Arctic Council: in conversation with Rosemarie Kuptana, Franklyn Griffiths, and Oran Young, February 2022
Moderated by Tony Penikett, this discussion brought together Arctic visionaries instrumental in the foundation and development of the Arctic Council. Hosted by the Canadian Studies Center and co-sponsored with the University of the Arctic and Yukon University.
Indigenous Influence in Arctic Affairs, June 2017
This video series was part of the International Policy Institute symposium where IPI Arctic Fellows interviewed key leaders in Arctic affairs on issues related to the Arctic with international relevance.
Arctic Indigenous Economies Video Series (5 videos), November 2016
This video series was part of a one-day workshop titled, Arctic Indigenous Economies in Canada held at the University of Washington on Thursday, 10 November 2016.
Toward Arctic Futures (28 mins.), July 2016
In April 2016 the Arctic and International Relations Initiative hosted a two-day workshop at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C. titled “One Arctic.”
The Arctic Council at Twenty (2 videos, 13 mins. each), November 2015
The Canadian Studies Center/Arctic and International Relations in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington (UW), the Korea Maritime Institute, and UW’s Future of Ice initiative hosted the all-day symposium entitled The Arctic at Twenty: Permanent Participants, Arctic Policy in Canada and the United States, and Stewardship.