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Is China’s Arctic Expansion a Reason to Worry?

By Adam Minter (Bloomberg View) — Last week, China said it plans to build a “Polar Silk Road” that will open shipping lanes across the largely pristine region at the top of the world. It’s an ambitious idea for a country that lacks an Arctic border, and it has raised concerns around the world about […] The post Is China’s Arctic Expansion a Reason to Worry? appeared first on gCaptain.
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