Arctic and North

Singapore on the way to the Arctic

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Valeriy P. Zhuravel, Artem P. Danilov

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

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Singapore’s Arctic interests and needs are analyzed. If China, Japan and South Korea consider the Arctic as a source of oil and gas, Singapore is interested not so much in the mineral resources of the region, but in the use of their technologies for their production. For Singapore, the Arctic is a platform on which its innovation and technology can find a place. Singapore has achieved the status of a permanent observer in the Arctic Council, which for him is a convenient position for careful monitoring of Arctic political changes.

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Arctic, Singapore, the Arctic Council, an observer country, the Arctic Institute interests and needs

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332.1+339.9


     

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