1 edition of Canada, Arctic peoples, and international affairs found in the catalog.
Canada, Arctic peoples, and international affairs
|Statement||Peter Jull. --|
|Series||Behind the headlines -- v. 45, no. 6 (July/Aug. 1988), Behind the headlines -- v. 45, no. 6.|
|Contributions||Canadian Institute of International Affairs|
|LC Classifications||FC51 .B38 v.45,no.6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
Why tensions between the two Arctic giants should not interfere with common gain and collaboration in the High North On July 26th of this year, in Laos, Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion sat down for his first formal meeting with Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov. It may prove to be a watershed moment in bilateral [ ]. The Arctic environment and Canada's international relations by Canadian Institute of International Affairs A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Rating: % positive.
The Arctic contested. Edited by Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum. Brussels: PIE‐Peter Lang. pp. £ isbn 2 3. Available as e‐book. ‘The Arctic is hot’, Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum reiterate in the introduction to this book. The melting of the northern ice cap is opening up new sea routes, while the promise of hitherto . The Arctic in World Affairs: A North Pacific Dialogue on the. is a professor emeritus at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Young served for six years as founding chair of the Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change of the US National Academy of Sciences.
In our Arctic foreign policy, the ﬁrst and most important pillar towards recognizing the potential of Canada’s Arctic is the exercise of our sovereignty over the Far North. Canada has a rich history in the North, and Canada’s sovereignty is the foundationFile Size: 3MB. OCLC Number: Description: p. maps. 24 cm. Contents: Foreword / John W. Holmes --The Arctic setting / Moira Dunbar --Resources and communications in the Arctic / Michael Marsden --The administration of northern peoples: the USSR / Terence Armstrong --The administration of northern peoples: Canada and Alaska / Margaret Lantis --The administration of northern peoples .
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Get this from a library. Canada, Arctic peoples, and Canada affairs. [Peter Jull]. As an Arctic nation Canada is not immune to the consequences of these transformations.
In Canada and the Changing Arctic: Sovereignty, Security, and Stewardship, the authors, all leading commentators on Arctic affairs, grapple and international affairs book fundamental questions about how Canada should craft a responsible and effective Northern Canada.
They outline diverse paths to achieving sovereignty, security, and stewardship in Canadaâ€™s Arctic Cited by: In Canada and the Changing Arctic: Sovereignty, Security, and Stewardship, the authors, all leading commentators on Arctic affairs, grapple with fundamental questions about how Canada should craft a responsible and effective Northern strategy.
They outline diverse paths to achieving sovereignty, security, /5(2). In book: Handbook of Arctic Policy and Politics, Chapter: 19, Publisher: Palgrave, pp local perspectives on the Arctic in international affairs will not be the focus.
Peoples and Author: Heather Exner-Pirot. Around the Arctic, maritime boundary disputes are being negotiated and resolved, and new international institutions, such as the Arctic Council, are mediating deep-rooted tensions between Russia and NATO and between nation states and indigenous peoples.
International Law and the Arctic explains these developments and reveals a strong trend towards international cooperation Cited by: If the Arctic Ocean is in a state of flux then it is due to three interlocking vectors: the role of science and technology in generating knowledge about the region (accessibility); international Author: Heather Exner-Pirot.
47 books based on 19 votes: White Fang by Jack London, The Call of the Wild by Jack London, Never Cry Wolf: The Amazing True Story of Life Among Arctic W. The Arctic has, for some forty years, been among the most innovative policy environments in the world. The region has developed impressive systems for intra-regional cooperation, responded to the challenges of the rapid environmental change, empowered and engaged with Indigenous peoples, and dealt with the multiple challenges of natural resource development.
The Arctic has been propelled into the centre of geopolitics as global climate change has transformed the region into a maelstrom of competing commercial, national security and environmental concerns with profound implications for the international Cited by: From: Global Affairs Canada.
As an Arctic nation, Canada is committed to science-based leadership, including collaborating with the territories and provinces, Indigenous peoples, other Arctic States and communities to more broadly and respectfully include Indigenous science and traditional knowledge into decision : Global Affairs Canada.
``This book does a very good job of discussing Canadian perspectives on Arctic change. All authors are specialists on the Arctic, and their white papers critically examine issues of sovereignty, security, and environmental protection, among others.
They also make recommendations on what leadership role Canada should play in the Arctic. Arctic and International Relations. Arctic and International Relations is a Henry M.
Jackson School of International Studies (JSIS)-wide initiative, led by the Canadian Studies Center to address the Arctic as an emerging global region and actor on the world stage. JSIS and the Center are working in partnership with a parallel initiative.
The Arctic Council member states are Canada, the Kingdom of Denmark (including Greenland and the Faroe Islands), Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the United States.
The six Indigenous Permanent Participants are: the Aleut International Association, the Arctic Athabaskan Council, the Gwich’in Council International. ``Canada and the Changing Arctic provides a timely, relevant, and insightful contribution to the literature on northern politics and policies.
Resisting simplistic classifications, the essays break down assumed distinctions between conservative and liberal political positions, with each author drawing from approaches of many political parties and stakeholders/5(2).
The Arctic contested. Edited by Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum. Brussels: PIE-Peter Lang. £ ISBN 2 3. Available as e-book. ‘The Arctic is hot’, Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum reiterate in the introduction to this : Åshild Kolås. Arctic Council. While Global Affairs Canada (GAC) leads and coordinates Canadian participation in the Arctic Council, INAC works with the council, territorial and provincial governments, and Northern Indigenous peoples.
activities in the Arctic (Lackenbauer and Kikkert). • Conference on Arctic Peoples and Security, held in collaboration with the Munk-Gordon Arctic Security project in January Lackenbauer is the co-chair of the Arctic Peoples and Security pillar of this research program.
• Dissemination of research ﬁ ndings at Canadian. The Arctic policy of Canada’s previous prime minister, Stephen Harper, tilted somewhat toward Arctic responsible economic development over pure environmental priorities. This position is broadly supported by Alaska and the Territories, and by Canadian and American Arctic indigenous peoples.
Thursday's celebration of the Arctic Council, hosted by CIGI, Global Affairs Canada and Carleton University, expected to draw a number of key people involved in Canadian domestic and Arctic policy, including Mary Simon, the minister of indigenous and northern affairs’ special representative on Arctic issues, and Okalik Eegeesiak, the chair of.
The United Nations, the Arctic Council, the European Union, as well as indigenous peoples’ organizations and the international law framework all have an impact on circumpolar politics.
These institutions, whether formal organizational structures or normative institutions, serve to settle disputes, pacify relations, and help to ensure the various stakeholders in the region. The management of Arctic affairs has traditionally fallen under the purview of those coastal states whose territories abut the Arctic Ocean or whose lands extend north of the Arctic Circle.4 However, because by and large the status of the territorial claims made by those states has not been in dispute, there has often been little incentive for.
Wilfrid Greaves: An Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. His research principally examines the intersections between security theory and environmental politics with focuses on climate change, energy extraction, Indigenous peoples, and the circumpolar Arctic.Books Entertainment Foreign Policy & International Affairs and support safe and healthy families and communities for the benefit of the Canadian Arctic, Arctic Peoples and Canada .