Russia has made reaffirming its military presence in the Arctic its top priority amid an intensifying international rivalry over the region that is believed to hold up to one-quarter of the planet's undiscovered oil and gas. The country is also investing heavily in energy infrastructure. Read Eye on the Arctic's reports to learn more...
The decision to build one more office complex for the security service comes only three years after the Stalin-styled new
The UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (CLCS) has reportedly endorsed key parts of the country’s positions. A breakthrough in Russia’s bid
The Tsirkon scramjet-powered cruise missile is said to travel at a speed making it impossible to intercept by any known
Natural gas company Novatek might not get the state support it needs for new major infrastructure projects in the Arctic.
On the remote Arctic tundra of Norilsk, in Russia’s central Arctic, comes a big plant for the production of palladium,
Russian state experts approve construction plans for the Pavlovskoye seaport in the remote and heavy militarized Arctic archipelago in northern
Goods volumes on the Russian Arctic route reaches 26 million tons. Russia’s development of the Arctic shipping route proceeds ahead
The diesel-engined vessel Ob is part of the state nuclear power company’s new conventional fleet of icebreakers. The Ob this