The Future of the Arctic

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21CQ’s work on Arctic Futures is driven by the fact that the Arctic promises to be one of the most complex and contested strategic theatres of the world this century. 21CQ has the following preliminary objectives for its engagement on this Question:

  1. promoting the Arctic as a strictly non-militarized theatre; that is, ensuring that there are no Arctic wars this century.

  2. enhancing strategic, economic and environmental engagement and cooperation among key Arctic states, including Canada, Russia, the US, Denmark and Norway.

  3. increasing the voice of Northern peoples in the destiny of the Arctic space (see also 21CQ’s work on The Future of the Aboriginal Question).

21CQ will be making its arguments and interventions in support of its goals through conferences, briefings, publications, private and public interventions, as well as Track 1, Track 1.5 and Track 2 initiatives around the world.

21CQ’s work on Arctic Futures is driven by the fact that the Arctic promises to be one of the most complex and contested strategic theatres of the world this century. 21CQ has the following preliminary objectives for its engagement on this Question:

  1. promoting the Arctic as a strictly non-militarized theatre; that is, ensuring that there are no Arctic wars this century.

  2. enhancing strategic, economic and environmental engagement and cooperation among key Arctic states, including Canada, Russia, the US, Denmark and Norway.

  3. increasing the voice of Northern peoples in the destiny of the Arctic space (see also 21CQ’s work on The Future of the Aboriginal Question).

21CQ will be making its arguments and interventions in support of its goals through conferences, briefings, publications, private and public interventions, as well as Track 1, Track 1.5 and Track 2 initiatives around the world.

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