More countries are sending envoys to Greenland. It will not always be clear to them whether they have come to the right place
The U.S. government has awarded nearly US$30 million to expand hi-speed Internet to six remote Alaskan communities.
At the exhibition and conference on shipbuilding in St. Petersburg, Iceberg Central Design Bureau presented the project of a multifunctional offshore icebreaker.
Chilean airline DAP, based in Punta Arenas, has announced its flight schedule to Antarctica for the coming austral summer.
The Arctic is changing its status as a low tension area. This also has a severe impact on scientific collaborations among nations and could lead to a big gap in valuable scientific data, says Dr. Ekaterina Uryupova, expert Senior Research Fellow at The Arctic Institute.
The navy’s newest warship won’t be fighting any wars
A keel laying ceremony for the hull of the first nuclear floating propulsion unit based on the RITM-200 reactor units took place at a shipyard in Nantong, China.
With Ambassador Alexandra Baumann, Switzerland has a new head for Switzerland’s concerns in the Arctic, the so-called Arctic dossier.
The US go more Arctic and have appointed an Arctic ambassador.
Nato is rethinking the role of Arctic in the alliance’s collective defence; it wants Canada to do the same
A representative at the alliance’s headquarters would let it out cut out the information middlemann
True to its long tradition of building impressive submarines, Russian design firm Rubin unveiled a concept model of its nuclear ballistic missile submarine “Arcturus.”
The sanctions imposed by the West on Russia are slowly having an effect. Russian gas producer Novatek is facing a number of technical difficulties.
As the North becomes more important to more people, Operation Nanook is taking on new dimensions
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Russian Pacific Navy conducted exercises with nuclear submarines in the area of the Northern Sea route.
According to Naleraq, the UNESCO protected area restricts the urban development of Ilulissat in West Greenland and should be abandoned.
NASA mission planners are looking for a suitable place on a side of the moon’s south pole facing the earth. This is where a lunar base is to be built in the future.
Svalbard is currently experiencing one of the most turbulent times and is becoming a pawn in geopolitical and sociopolitical interests, both nationally and internationally.
Turkiye has decided to ratify the 1920 Svalbard Treaty, further expanding its Polar program both scientifically and economically.
Keep your friends close, and invite your former colonies into government
A South Korean shipyard has canceled orders for the first of three LNG carriers after Sovcomflot failed to pay due to EU sanctions.
To better prepare for new threat situations, the Canadian government plans to invest billions in its armed forces, especially in the Arctic.
Greenland is open for investment, but its door is open widest to America
The development of the North Sea route is becoming a key priority for the government in Moscow in light of the sanctions. Towards the west, freight traffic has come to a virtual standstill.