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Up In The Arctic The End of Illusions, It’s All Starting To Heat Up


There have been many unintended consequences resulting from Russia-Ukraine war last year. For example, the war has threatened Ukraine’s global grain exports leaving some countries in Africa and the Middle East with the threat of food insecurity. Global energy markets have been impacted because of the war too. However, one area that has been affected by the war but doesn’t get much attention is the Arctic region. Russia is the world’s largest Arctic country and controls about half of the world’s Arctic coastline. Russian President Vladimir Putin has invested greatly in the Arctic region’s infrastructure. In recent years, Russia has…

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