Central European Journal of International and Security Studies, Vol 6, Issue 1
Author: Imad El-Anis, Cătălin Gomboş, Dragoş C Mateescu, Peter Hough, Sarah Hemstock, Roy Smith, Giovanni Ercolani, Virginie Grzelczyk, Olga Khrushcheva, Edyta Materka
Central European Journal of International and Security Studies (CEJISS)
This issue of the CEJISS features articles on the political economy of energy security and nuclear energy in Jordan, Moldova's political self and the energy conundrum in the context of the European Neighbourhood policy and the geopolitics of Arctic o...
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From Meltdown to Showdown? Challenges and Options for Governance in the Arctic
Author: Christoph Humrich, Klaus Dieter Wolf
Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)
This report examines six scenarios and models for Arctic governance before settling on the final model of integrated multi-level governance as the most promising option.
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Perspectives: Review of International Affairs, Vol 20 No 1 (2012)
Author: George Hays, Michal Parizek, Hélène Pellerin, Anna Karnikova, Zdenek Kriz, Filip Chrastansky, Dominka Kunertova, Martina Ponizilova, Andrey Rozhnov
Institute of International Relations (IIR)
This journal provides an eclectic mix of articles dealing with various areas of international relations and regional studies.
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2 Sep 2011
The Arctic as a Global Common
Author: P K Gautam
Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA)
Instead of leaving the Arctic to the developed countries, developing countries like India must begin to play an active role, as they are doing in negotiations over space and climate change.
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Russia in the Arctic
Author: Ariel Cohen, Alexandr' Golts, Marlène Laruelle, Katarzyna Zysk
Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College (SSI)
The Arctic has returned with a vengeance as an area of international contention and Russia has continued to make aggressive moves and claims regarding territory in the Arctic Ocean.
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