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  • Author:
    James Kraska
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    1107006600
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    978-1107006607
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    Cambridge University Press (July 25, 2011)
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    342 pages
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In light of climate change and melting ice in the Arctic Ocean. James Kraska, an outstanding military intellectual, presents here a rich collection of essays offering international perspectives by leading authorities on a neglected subject of immense importance to Americans and others.

In light of climate change and melting ice in the Arctic Ocean. John Curtis Perry Henry W. Denison Professor of History The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University. This is the first book to examine Arctic defense policy and military security from the perspective of all eight Arctic states.

This book examines Arctic defense policy and military security from the perspective of all eight Arctic states

This book examines Arctic defense policy and military security from the perspective of all eight Arctic states. In light of climate change and melting ice in the Arctic Ocean, Canada, Russia, Denmark (Greenland), Norway and the United States, as well as Iceland, Sweden and Finland, are grappling with an emerging Arctic security paradigm.

This is the first book to examine Arctic defense policy and military security from the perspective of all eight Arctic states. In light of climate change and melting ice in the Arctic Ocean, Canada, Russia, Denmark (Greenland), Norway, and the United States, as well as Iceland, Sweden, and Finland, are grappling with an emerging Arctic security paradigm. This volume brings This is the first book to examine Arctic defense policy and military security from the perspective of all eight Arctic states.

Citation: Knecht, Sebastian.

Arctic security in an age of climate change. The law of the sea convention and the Northwest Passage. The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 22 (2), 257-282, 2007. Cambridge University Press, 2011. Contemporary Maritime Piracy: International Law, Strategy, and Diplomacy at Sea: International Law, Strategy, and Diplomacy at Sea. J Kraska. Fighting pirates: The pen and the sword. World policy journal 25 (4), 41-52, 2008.

In light of climate change and melting ice in the Arctic Ocean, Canada, Russia, Denmark (Greenland), Norway, and .

In light of climate change and melting ice in the Arctic Ocean, Canada, Russia, Denmark (Greenland), Norway, and the United States, as well as Iceland, Sweden, and Finland, are grappling with an emerging Arctic security paradigm. This volume brings together the world's most seasoned Arctic political-military experts from Europe and North America to analyze how Arctic nations are adapting their security postures to accommodate increased shipping, expanding naval presence, and energy and mineral development in the polar region.

Описание: This book examines Arctic defense policy and military security from the perspective of all eight Arctic states.

This is the first book to examine Arctic defense policy and military security from the perspective of all eight Arctic states. In light of climate change and melting ice in the Arctic Ocean, Canada, Russia, Denmark (Greenland), Norway, and the United States, as well as Iceland, Sweden, and Finland, are grappling with an emerging Arctic security paradigm. This volume brings together the world's most seasoned Arctic political-military experts from Europe and North America to analyze how Arctic nations are adapting their security postures to accommodate increased shipping, expanding naval presence, and energy and mineral development in the polar region. The book analyzes the ascent of Russia as the first "Arctic superpower," the growing importance of polar security for NATO and the Nordic states, and the increasing role of Canada and the United States in the region.