Arctic and North

The Arctic policy of the UK

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Elena V. Ananieva, Natalia M. Antyushina

Specific entry: The Arctic Twenty: 12 observer countries of the Arctic Council

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The article describes the evolution of the British Arctic strategy, the role of the British political institutions in this process, as well as the interests and policy priorities for the region. It is noted that currently the focus of the UK is addressed to the study of the environment state in the Arctic, as well as on climate change. In the future, with the development of the Arctic technology and increasing scrutiny of the area the interest of the Kingdom to natural resources of the Arctic zone will increase, as well as its military and defense interests in the region.

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Great Britain, the Arctic, the Arctic Council, the Arctic Ambassador, Arctic policy, the British Petroleum Company, the Scientific Council for the Exploration of the environment

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332.1+339.9


     

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