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In light of the “two-level” development in the Arctic region how can the EU make a major contribution to multilateral and peaceful exchange between the United States, Russia, China and other Arctic actors on security issues and a demilitarized development? What role can the EU take within existing institutional frameworks such as the Arctic Council to promote a common strategic and threat analysis on climate change and a common understanding of security dimensions in the Arctic?
We welcome you to join us in this online seminar on the subject of geopolitical competition in the Arctic! You will find a more concise programme below right. A KAS research paper on the subject written by Dr. Andreas Østhagen is also available below right.
Participation links will be sent upon confirmation of attendance. Sign up for the Zoom discussion here.
Gabriele Baumann, Head of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Nordic Countries Project
Moderator: Andreas Østhagen
Senior Research Fellow, the Fridtjof Nansen Institute and Senior Fellow at the High North Center for Business and Governance, Nord University.
Dr. Andreas Raspotnik
Senior Fellow, the High North Center for Business and Governance at Nord University, and Leadership Group member at The Arctic Institute.
Topics: the European Union and the Arctic.
PhD Candidate at Rutgers University and Research Assistant at The Arctic Institute.
Topics: Arctic security, American Arctic politics.
Dr. Christoph Humrich
Assistant Professor at the Department of International Relations and International Organisation at the University of Groningen.
Topics: Arctic International Relations, Governance, and Germany.
Research Fellow, the Fridtjof Nansen Institute.
Topics: Asian interest in the Arctic, Chinese politics.