Two years, one Arctic:Council embraces Russia but puts new observers on hold

Today’s meeting of (mostly) foreign ministers from the Arctic states had been keenly anticipated for two reasons: how much of a cold shoulder would Ru[Full Text]

2015-04-30

How the U.S. plans to combat Arctic climate change

IQALUIT, Canada — The United States and seven other Arctic nations vowed Friday to work together to combat climate change at the top of the world and [Full Text]

2015-04-30

US chairmanship must focus on co-operation, report urges

If Washington is to achieve its Arctic Council goals, it must work to prevent outside politics from spilling over into the region.A panel of 45 leadin[Full Text]

2015-04-23

Majorities in Arctic nations favor cooperation with Russia

A majority of the people living in the Arctic wants to continue cooperation with Russia despite the conflict in Ukraine. Norwegians are most in favor [Full Text]

2015-04-23

Norway delays bridge-building to Russia on road to Crimea

Russia works seven days a week with new highway to the border, but the Norwegian Public Roads Administration today announced that the new highway on t[Full Text]

2015-04-23

Russian minister backs away from Iqaluit Arctic Council meeting

The countdown is on: in less than two weeks, the top foreign ministers from the eight Arctic Council-member nations — Canada, the United States, Russi[Full Text]

2015-04-23

Agenda for Iqaluit 2015 Ministerial now available

The Iqaluit 2015 Ministerial Meeting takes place next week, marking the conclusion of Canada's Chairmanship and the beginning of the United States' Ch[Full Text]

2015-04-23

Seal ban undermines EU credibility in Arctic

Each year, the leadership of the West Nordic Council meets with a delegation from the EU to discuss its policies that affect our member countries: the[Full Text]

2015-04-23