Arctic and North

Germany's strategy for the Arctic

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Vladislav B. Belov

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

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In the last decade Germany has increased activity in the Arctic region. From a formal point of view, the German state connects it with various aspects of international security (mainly — environmental and transport), with needs to respect the rights of peoples living in the Arctic regions and the importance of scientific research in the Arctic. But in reality, they are hiding far-reaching interests of safeguarding the national security of raw materials and access of German concerns to the Arctic resources. In solidarity and in many ways defining the EU's policy in the Arctic, Germany primarily is focusing on their long-term economic and geopolitical goals and objectives, which it will consistently implement in the coming years in the framework of the Arctic Council, and beyond, including within the framework of cooperation with Russia. This article is devoted to the analysis of these goals and objectives, as well as to the definition of medium-term trends in Germany's Arctic policy.

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Candidate of Economics, Deputy Director for Research of the Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Division of countries researches, director of the Center for German Studies, IE RAS

Keywords

The Arctic, the Arctic Council, Germany, Russia, cooperation, Arctic resources, raw materials, energy, environmental, transport security

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