The Arctic: choices for peace and security : proceedings of a public inquiry
Gordon Soules Book Publishers, 1989 - History - 282 pages
Expands on themes and issues raised in the 1986 Proceedings of a Public Inquiry into Canadian Defence Policy and Nuclear Arms. Speakers from five circumpolar countries discuss about the needs and aspirations of the native peoples of the arctic, Canadian arctic sovereignty, arctic resource development and environmental conservation, political tension and cooperation, as well as world peace and security.
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The North as Frontier and Homeland
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