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New Arctic Actors

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New Arctic Actors

The globalization of Arctic affairs has led to a proliferation of non-Arctic state and non-state actors seeking a greater voice in circumpolar governance, precipitating a flurry of recent scholarly publications seeking to discern whether these actors pose a “threat” to Arctic state interests and security.? In particular, China’s growing interest in the Arctic, coupled with its ever-growing wealth and military power, has generated alarm in Western circles.

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This research programme critically examines the emerging interests of state and non-state actors from outside of the Arctic region and what their interests may mean for Canada.

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This project has been funded by grants from ArcticNet, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Centre for International Governance Innovation, and the Chanchlani India Policy Centre. A SSHRC-funded project (2013-16), led by geographer Frédéric Lasserre and involving several CFPF members, continues to conduct leading edge research on this topic.?

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