The Arctic railway: Building a future or destroying a culture?

1 2 The Arctic railway Building a future… or destroying a culture?   By Eilís Quinn   An Indigenous nation divided by four borders A multibillion-euro infrastructure project led by a celebrity entrepreneur A northern region fighting for a place on the world stage Now that the Arctic railway project is back from the dead, […]

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NATO’s Arctic dilemma

NATO’s Arctic dilemma Two visions of the Arctic collide as NATO and Russia flex muscles Above image: Spanish Frigate Cristobal Colon, French Naval Ship Latouche-Tréville and Turkish Naval Ship Oruceis sail ahead of HMCS Ville De Québec while near the coast of Norway during Trident Juncture on Oct. 26, 2018. (Master Cpl. Andre Maillet/MARPAC Imaging […]

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Arctic tourism in the age of Instagram

Arctic tourism in the age of Instagram When most people think of Arctic economic development, things like resource extraction are usually first to mind. But northern regions and chambers of commerce are increasingly touting tourism as a key economic tool. It’s seen as an industry that creates jobs for a variety of education levels, promotes […]

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