What’s Driving Investment Opportunities in the Arctic?
The Arctic benefits from co-operation between the five coastal nations: Canada, Denmark, Norway, Russia and the United States. Why is multilateralism the preferred approach to managing the challenges facing the Far North? In an interview with Bloomberg TV Canada’s Rudyard Griffiths, Mike Sfraga, director of the Wilson Center’s revitalized polar initiative, and Jessica Shadian, senior fellow at the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, explain the geopolitical impact of the arctic melt.
Watch Dr. Shadian and Dr. Sfraga discuss the opportunities for investment in the Arctic below (length of video is 7:41).
Canadian Arctic Stategy: A Discussion with MP Erin O’Toole
Canadian Arctic Stategy: A Discussion with MP Erin O'Toole MP Erin O’Toole sits down with Dr. Jessica Shadian, President and CEO of Arctic360, to discuss Canada’s Arctic and the absence of
Getting Canada back into the Arctic diplomacy business
Getting Canada back into the Arctic diplomacy business Jessica Shadian, PhD is president and CEO of Arctic360, Canada’s premier Arctic-specific think tank. This Toronto Star article draws from her witness testimony
Denmark and Greenland: Time to debate colonial history
Denmark and Greenland: Time to debate colonial history Arctic360 Board Member Nauja Bianco, CEO for the Greenlandic House and the North Atlantic House in Odense, Denmark, spoke to Courthouse News about
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