In opening its doors to foreign investors, an independence-minded Greenland could be ushering in a new era of geopolitical competition in the Arctic.
Beijing isn’t letting geography get in the way of it establishing a robust presence in the next great frontier of geopolitical competition.
With an expanding icebreaker fleet, land purchases around the GIUK gap, and perhaps even a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in the near future, China is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Arctic.
What’s behind China’s longstanding geopolitical interest in the Arctic region?
Russia is making great strides in the Arctic. Should other Arctic Council states be concerned?
The disputed Kuril Islands have a key role in Putin’s vision of an empowered Russia.
The United States is set to take over chairmanship of the Arctic Council, but will tensions over Ukraine block any real progress in the region?
Last week’s election result has brought more questions than answers concerning the future of Greenland’s mining industry.
Canada’s Harper government has failed to achieve its goal of asserting Canadian sovereignty in the Arctic.
The economic potential of the Arctic has helped keep relations between Arctic Council members cordial since 1991. But does Canada’s recent snub at a council meeting in Moscow mean that things are about to change?