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Russia’s Military Posture in the European Arctic

  • March 27, 2020
  • April 10, 2020
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World Affairs Council Inland Southern California invites you to
experience this recording of a recent Ground Truth Briefing
sponsored by The Wilson Center

Russia’s Military Posture in the
European Arctic


Available anytime at the following url
https://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/ground-truth-briefing-russias-military-posture-european-arctic?emci=caa03dda-2f70-ea11-a94c-00155d03b1e8&emdi=60d154c1-4f70-ea11-a94c-00155d03b1e8&ceid=132758

The Arctic has been widely understood by coastal states to be an
area of “low tension.” However, the Arctic is not insulated from global
security challenges, especially those around the impacts of climate
change, and the period of Arctic exceptionalism is coming to an
end. Mathieu Boulègue, Katarina Kertysova, and Michael Sfraga
considered Russia’s military posture in the European Arctic
and seek to explain Moscow’s military build-up in the region,
Russia’s general force posture, and its impact for NATO
and its allies.

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