International Relations and the Arctic: Understanding Policy and Governance

by Robert W. Murray and Anita Dey Nuttall

Table of Contents

Introduction – Robert W. Murray and Anita Dey Nuttall

Chapter 1. Sovereignty as an Institution of International Society – Matthew S. Weinert

Chapter 2. Westphalian Sovereignty and Realism in Contemporary International Security – Robert W. Murray

Chapter 3. International Institutions and State Sovereignty: frozen in time or warming to change – Tom Keating

Chapter 4. Ecological Sovereignty and Arctic Politics - Guy-Serge Côté and Matthew Paterson

Chapter 5. Canadian Arctic Security: Shifting Challenges – Rob Huebert

Chapter 6. U.S. Arctic Policy: Reproducing Hegemony in a Maritime Region - Philip E. Steinberg

Chapter 7. Russia’s Arctic Policy: Continuity and Changes – Gleb Yarovoy

Chapter 8. Norway’s High Arctic Policy - Geir Hønneland

Chapter 9. Territory, Security and Sovereignty: the Kingdom of Denmark’s Arctic Strategy – Mark Nuttall

Chapter 10. Sweden and Arctic Policy: Possibilities for new wine in old bottles? - E. Carina H. Keskitalo

Chapter 11. Finland as an Arctic and European State – Finland’s Northern Dimension (policy) - Lassi Heininen

Chapter 12. Iceland: A state within the Arctic - Alyson JK Bailes and Margrét Cela

Chapter 13. The Arctic and the European Union - Clive Archer

Chapter 14. The United Nations on Arctic Issues – W. Andy Knight

Chapter 15. The future of the Arctic Council: Navigating between Sovereignty and Security - Timo Koivurova and Piotr Graczyk

Chapter 16. International Law and the Arctic: How territoriality, human rights and the environment can shape sovereignty - Betsy Baker

Chapter 17. Arctic oil, Inuit Resource Governance and the Arctic Council – Jessica M. Shadian

Chapter 18. A Work in Progress: the United Kingdom and the Arctic Region – Klaus Dodds

Chapter 19. Emerging interests of non-Arctic countries in the Arctic– China, Japan, South Korea and India - Nong Hong & Anita Dey Nuttall

Chapter 20. Sovereignty, security and international cooperation: significance of the Antarctic experience for the Arctic - Anita Dey Nuttall

Conclusion – Robert W. Murray



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