Focus on the political dynamics in the Arctic / High North region, with a particular emphasis on security and geopolitics. Describing the complexities of cooperation and conflict in the Arctic and the interests and actions of various engaged actors (Norway, EU, USA, China), as the region is changing both physically and politically. Research also draws on Arctic experiences and case studies to understand the concept of maritime boundaries (and related disputes) more broadly, looking at the who “owns” the ocean and the geopolitical dynamics that follow.
Articles by Andreas Østhagen, Senior Fellow/Associate Prof. Fridtjof Nansen Institute / High North Center
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