U.S. National Strategy for the Arctic and Analysis of Changes and Issues for the Region

Charlotte M. Sullivan (Editor)

Series: Arctic Region and Antarctica Issues and Research
BISAC: POL030000



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The National Strategy for the Arctic Region sets forth the United States Government’s strategic priorities for the Arctic region. This strategy is intended to position the United States to respond effectively to challenges and emerging opportunities arising from significant increases in Arctic activity due to the diminishment of sea ice and the emergence of a new Arctic environment.

It defines U.S. national security interests in the Arctic region and identifies prioritized lines of effort, building upon existing initiatives by Federal, state, local, and tribal authorities, the private sector, and international partners, and aims to focus efforts where opportunities exist and action is needed. This book discusses the national strategy for the Arctic region and its implementation plan. It also examines the background of the changes in the Arctic and includes issues this is causing for Congress. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1 - National Strategy for the Arctic Region (pp. 1-10)
Executive Office of the President

Chapter 2 - Implementation Plan for the National Strategy for the Arctic Region (pp. 11-38)
Executive Office of the President

Chapter 3 - Changes in the Arctic: Background and Issues for Congress (pp. 39-142)
Ronald O’Rourke


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