Russia’s sanctions backlash may limit US agenda for the Arctic
Internal bureaucracy and relations with Russia threaten America’s ambitious agenda for the Arctic Council, the eight-member forum which promotes international cooperation over the huge, empty but resource-rich region. Another issue facing the council is whether the EU should be allowed to join. Washington faces some difficult decisions over the next two years when it takes over the forum’s chairmanship from Canada in April.
THE UNITED States has an opportunity to shape policy in the region commonly referred to as the High North when it takes over the chairmanship of the Arctic Council.
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