Geopolitics and Neglected Arctic Spaces: Three Northern Perspectives on Balancing External Interests

Finding a Niche for Iceland in the Post-Cold War Era

Margrét Cela and Pia Hansson

While the Arctic has been characterized more by cooperation than competition, recent events indicate that the tides may be turning. As attention turns north and the Arctic reenters the strategic calculations of great powers, spaces that have been largely neglected are suddenly assuming a position of significance, forcing countries in the region to consider how to balance competing interests from outside powers.

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