Arctic Regional Security

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This chapter examines an emerging regional security system in the Arctic. There was a significant shift in the Arctic powers’ threat perceptions and security policies in the High North. In contrast with the Cold War era when the Arctic was a zone for the global confrontation between the USSR and the U.S./ NATO, now this region is seen by international players as a platform for international cooperation. The Arctic countries now believe that there are no serious hard security threats to them and that the soft security agenda is much more important. The military power now has new functions, such as ascertaining coastal states’ sovereignty over their exclusive economic zones and continental shelves in the region; protecting the Arctic countries’ economic interests in the North, and performing some symbolic functions. The Arctic states believe that the regional cooperative agenda could include climate change mitigation, environmental protection, maritime safety, Arctic research, indigenous peoples, cross- and trans-border cooperative projects, culture, etc.
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Название основной публикацииHandbook of Research on International Collaboration, Economic Development, and Sustainability in the Arctic
РедакторыVasilii Erokhin, Tianming Gao, Xiuhua Zhang
Место публикацииChicago
ИздательIGI Global
Глава4
Страницы79-88
ISBN (электронное издание)9781522569558
ISBN (печатное издание)9781522569541
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2019

Предметные области Scopus

  • Социальные науки (все)

Ключевые слова

  • Arctic, Russia, security

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Sergunin, A. (2019). Arctic Regional Security. В V. Erokhin, T. Gao, & X. Zhang (Ред.), Handbook of Research on International Collaboration, Economic Development, and Sustainability in the Arctic (стр. 79-88). Chicago: IGI Global.
Sergunin, Alexander . / Arctic Regional Security. Handbook of Research on International Collaboration, Economic Development, and Sustainability in the Arctic. редактор / Vasilii Erokhin ; Tianming Gao ; Xiuhua Zhang. Chicago : IGI Global, 2019. стр. 79-88
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Sergunin, A 2019, Arctic Regional Security. в V Erokhin, T Gao & X Zhang (ред.), Handbook of Research on International Collaboration, Economic Development, and Sustainability in the Arctic. IGI Global, Chicago, стр. 79-88.

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Handbook of Research on International Collaboration, Economic Development, and Sustainability in the Arctic. ред. / Vasilii Erokhin; Tianming Gao; Xiuhua Zhang. Chicago : IGI Global, 2019. стр. 79-88.

Результат исследований: Публикации в книгах, отчётах, сборниках, трудах конференцийглава/раздел

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