Friday, August 28, 2015
The Iron Curtain is History. Is the "Ice Curtain" Next?
A new report from the U.S. Center for Strategic and International Studies, The New Ice Curtain, Russia's Strategic Reach to the Arctic, suggests the 20-year old Arctic Council needs, at the very least, a facelift to address security concerns in the high north including confidence-building, multi-lateral military agreements between Russia and her Arctic neighbours.
The report notes that Moscow sees Russia as the Arctic superpower, the polar hegemon but the authors also warn against demonizing Russia for taking steps justified in the protection of its national interests only because we haven't kept pace.
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Anyong said.....So ture, so true.
Do not worry MoS, Steve has it covered. He announced an expansion of the Ranger program just this month. I think this message was lost by all the noise from Wrights testimony. Dam Liberal media.
Typical Photoshop Steve. Promises arctic bases and icebreakers and delivers nothing. Transfers 230 million dollars of taxpayer money to the Irving family in New Brunswick just to design an imaginary icebreaker, and has nothing to show for it. Photoshop Steve.
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