Russia in the Arctic
by Stephen J. Blank (ed.)
Publisher: Strategic Studies Institute 2011
Number of pages: 153
The Arctic is the newest sphere of international competition for energy and security access. It pits Russia against the other Arctic states. These essays fully explore and analyze what is at stake here and what Moscow has done to increase its capability and influence in the Arctic.
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