Security in the High Latitudes

January 06, 2021 00:57:45
Security in the High Latitudes
Modern War Institute
Security in the High Latitudes
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Show Notes

In an era of renewed great power competition, what are the risks of that competition migrating to the Arctic region and Antarctica? How might it play out? What are states' key interests in the polar regions? How should we conceptualize issues of security and geopolitics in both areas? This episode tackles those questions and more. It features a discussion with Liz Buchanan and Ryan Burke, co-directors of the brand new Project 6633.

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