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Why the Next NATO-Russia Crisis Could Go Down in the Arctic

Mike Scrafton Security, Bad news.  The Arctic is a region where great power competition will play out in coming years. Russia has significant strategic and economic interests in the region, and for China the Arctic may prove to have important security and economic benefits bearing on East Asia and on energy and food security. The US and its allies  also have sovereignty, security and resource interests in the Arctic.
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