Arctic imperative: is Canada losing the North?
The author discusses how Canada's sovereignty over the Northwest Passage is threatened by the government's benign neglect and argues in favor of formulating a comprehensive policy to guarantee Canadian security and sovereignty in the far North
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The age of the Arctic
victim of a Mercator mindset
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