Book Review: The Scramble for the Arctic - Ownership, Exploitation and Conflict in the Far North by Richard Sale, Eugene Potapovcategories: Book, Conflict, Exploitation, Geopolitics, Climate Change, Inuit, Oil Industry, Arctic Sovereignity, Arctic
Authors: Richard Sale, Eugene Potapov
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
Brand: Brand: Frances Lincoln
Narrating and Looking at the Development of the Scramble for the ArcticThis is an extraordinary book, because in places, the very heated subject is on the table! Geopolitics is very important in the New Arctic. What is the course for Civilization's Northern Future? The aspirations of the Canadians, the Russians, the Alaskans and the Scandinavians! The Arctic is a fascinating region - many, many more people around the world, should pay attention to the developments. The map of the area is being re-drawn by Global Warming. Read this book!
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