The European Parliament’s latest Draft Report on the Arctic proposes taking a middle road that acknowledges geopolitical competitive realities while also opening a pathway for cooperation. Gabriella Gricius writes that prioritising cooperation on addressing transnational threats will mean the Arctic environment and relations between Russia and the West will be better off.
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Both Russia and NATO member states are increasing their military presence and activities in the Arctic, and threat perceptions on both sides are intensifying, write Katarina Kertysova and Dr. Alexander Graef. Cooperative aerial observation, which lies at the heart of the Open Skies Treaty, has a useful role to play in mitigating military security risks and addressing environmental challenges in the region.
ELN Policy Fellow Katarina Kertysova spoke to VOA's Henry Ridgwell about the Arctic Council Ministerial, Russia's climate strategy, and the militarisation of the Arctic, which continues to undermine regional cooperation on areas of mutual interest. The article can be found here.
ELN Policy Fellow Katarina Kertysova recently wrote about the prospects for US-Russia climate engagement under Moscow’s chairing of the Arctic Council for Russia Matters project. She argued that the military buildup in the region and zero-sum thinking will continue to put regional cooperation...
As the EU updates its Arctic Policy, the bloc’s preference for a human security approach and a strong focus on a greener future can make it a valuable counterweight to the growing superpower competition in the Arctic.
ELN policy brief “The nuclearisation of Russian Arctic: new reactors, new risks” was quoted in Over the Circle (OtC), a site dedicated to news, politics and current affairs in the Arctic region.