VIDEO: Newport Arctic Seminar Highlights

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Four scholars from the Newport Arctic Scholars Initiative sit down to talk about the Newport Arctic Seminar that took place from Jan. 22-24 at the U.S. Naval War College. The three-day seminar focused on discussing the limitations, opportunities and future of regional forums and organizations for Arctic security.

For the full story of this seminar, please see:
'Newport Arctic Scholars Initiative Returns for 2nd Round of Work on Arctic Security Issues.'

It also explored advantages and disadvantages of Arctic regional security, official and unofficial reasons to intervene, political-military issues and how nations can strengthen their navies to maintain open channels of communication, prevent and manage conflict and enhance maritime security cooperation in the Arctic.

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01/28/2020

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