Alaska senators condemn Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria

Both of Alaska’s U.S. senators have joined the chorus of Republicans criticizing President Trump’s decision to pull U.S. troops from

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Alaska’s senators diverge on vote to block Trump’s border wall emergency

Alaska’s U.S. senators split on the vote Thursday to block President Trump’s declaration of an emergency. If, as expected, Trump

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Trump’s emergency declaration splits Alaska delegation

The vote is expected to be close when the U.S. Senate decides whether to reverse President Donald Trump’s declaration of

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U.S. government shutdown will doom Arctic projects in court, critics say

Now that U.S. President Donald Trump has agreed to temporarily fund the Interior Department, the Coast Guard and other closed

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Faced with Trump’s wavering support for NATO, Nordic nations stick together

Norway and Sweden support a proposal from Finland to hold regularly joint Nordic cross-border military exercises with army troops. Discussing

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ITK, an Arctic Council rejig and the summit Finland won’t let die : Northern news to watch for in 2019

All year long,  Eye on the Arctic brings you news, and newsmakers, from around the North. But as 2019 gets

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Podcast – Dissecting the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki

Commenting on Monday’s meeting in Helsinki between the US and Russian presidents, the Tampere-based daily Aamulehti (southern Finland) writes that

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Alaska senators blast Trump for going soft on Putin

Both of Alaska’s Republican U.S. senators take issue with President Trump’s remarks in Helsinki Monday. Trump, standing beside Russian President

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