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Arctic and Antarctic in modern geopolitics

The project is devoted to the actual direction of the assessment of the impact on contemporary geopolitics of climate change and related changes in the Earth's distance from the polar regions. The project is based on the provisions of the strategic importance of the polar regions for the development of modern civilization. Examines geopolitical, military, economic and other aspects of the problem.

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Dollars and Uncle Sam: Why Korea refused to work with Rosneft in the Arctic

Onbrasenia hydrocarbon prices and Western sanctions are making it much more difficult for Russian companies developing offshore fields. Especially those located in the Northern seas. The lack of the necessary for exploration and production of oil and gas technologies "Rosneft" could be addressed by involving partners from South Korea. However, as it became known to Life, local business is not eager to invest in Russian projects in the Barents, Pechora sea and the Black sea.

01-07-2017 admin 2178 0

The US and Russia in the Arctic

As you know, the Arctic is a special region, how little amenable to economic development and poorly suited for living. But global warming and widespread development of technology made her extremely attractive to the entire world community. The possibility of exploitation of hydrocarbon and mineral wealth, the opening of new polar routes, the organization of regular navigation – this dream of not only the Arctic countries, but many are far from the North pole regions.

29-05-2017 admin 5562 0

Why do we need the Arctic myth?

Economist Nicholas Kullback that up to global warming, to invest in the Arctic is meaningless.

02-04-2017 admin 2077 0

The road dead-Ghost: the tragic history of the construction of Transpolar railway

Immediately after the end of world war II has not yet risen from the devastation of the Soviet Union has embarked on an ambitious project. By prisoners the Main Directorate of camps of the NKVD of the USSR in virtually uninhabited polar tundra unfolded large-scale construction of the Great Northern railway, a highway with a length of 1,400 kilometers, which was supposed to connect the European part of the country with the Delta of the Yenisei. After only six years after the start of work, tens of thousands of construction workers rapidly left the half-built road. Onliner.by tells how in the vast expanses of Western Siberia in the permafrost were buried thousands of lives and billions of Soviet rubles and why the construction of the century left unfinished.

02-04-2017 admin 3480 0

On the return of the Stalinist "Transpolar highway"

Recently ended in the Russian Arkhangelsk (with the participation of President Vladimir Putin and the heads arrived Finland and Iceland), the international forum "the Arctic – territory of dialogue" ended with the fact that Finnish President Sauli Niinisto proposed to convene to discuss issues of the region, the Arctic summit.

02-04-2017 admin 2804 0

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