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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Natalia Zotova
The Role of the Arctic Council in the International Governance of the Arctic Region
International Relations
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The Arctic today is a socio-economic, socio-cultural, ethnic and geopolitical space around the North Pole, it is the object of management of the Arctic states and the subject of changes in international law. Increased interest from the states to the Arctic began to emerge through climate change in the world. It contributes to the fact that water can be free of ice from one month to almost the entire summer period. More and more countries want to participate in issues related to the use of the wealth of this region. To date, a large number of states wish to join the Arctic Council and join the solution of issues related to the distribution of territory and resources. In this regard, the international cooperation of the countries in the Arctic through the instruments of the Arctic Council - at the moment, the most important actor in the region uniting the main players - is relevant

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