1 edition of Canada"s Arctic sovereignty found in the catalog.
Canada"s Arctic sovereignty
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-239) and index.
|LC Classifications||F1090.5 .P37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|ISBN 10||9781926736006, 9781926736037|
|LC Control Number||2010474864|
The purpose of this volume is to provide an overview of leading historical research on Canadian Arctic security and sovereignty since the Second World War. It is a “hybrid” collection in that it includes both previously published scholarship and cutting edge research by new scholars. the canadian forces and arctic sovereignty: debating roles, interests, and requirements, The Canadian Forces and Arctic Sovereignty is a compelling work that provides a nice balance between insight and analysis into the government’s decision making process with respect to Arctic sovereignty issues between and
The traditional view of Arctic security focuses on military defence, especially the protection of national borders and the assertion of state sovereignty over Arctic land and water. During the Cold War, Arctic security was inseparable from national security, nuclear deterrence and the bipolar rivalry between the American and Soviet superpowers. Until now, Canada's claim to the frozen expanses of the Arctic has gone largely unchallenged. No longer. Suddenly our great white North is on everyone's radar, and five other countries are all interested in redefining our international boundaries. As.
Harper Defending Arctic Sovereignty? Time was when a prime minister on the cusp of an election campaign would spend those last few days before the writ glad-handing through the more populous regions - "vote-rich Ontario," say, or "battleground Quebec.". Adam Lajeunesse’s new book, "Lock, Stock, and Icebergs: A History of Canada’s Arctic Maritime Sovereignty" provides an interesting and detailed account of the history of Canada’s approach toward establishing sovereignty over the waters of the Arctic region. The book primarily focuses on Canada efforts to establish the Northwest Passage as Author: Danita Catherine Burke.
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Historian Adam Lajeunesse has won a $10, prize for his book about Canada’s claims to sovereignty in the Arctic.
“Lock, Stock, and Icebergs: A History of Canada’s Arctic Maritime. The Powers' have written a book that should be in all First Nations Offices across Canada. This was the most informative book on Canada's Arctic and the Attack ongoing in the North.I would recommend this book for all Colleges and Universities as well to be added to their curriculum.5/5(2).
The primary concern, now as inis Canada’s claims to Arctic sovereignty. With America’s allies still reeling in the wake of the vote for Donald Trump and his “America First” foreign policy, it may seem surprising that America’s peaceful Northern neighbor intervened there first.
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Nunalivutlast spring’s Arctic sovereignty manoeuvres promoted by the military as a “large-scale military exercise,” involved little more than : Robert Smol. A move to amend the Bill to provide for an express statement of sovereignty “in and over the water, ice and land areas of the Arctic regions between the degrees of long.
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What is the federal government’s strategy to support its claims to sovereignty in the high Arctic. The Canadian Arctic, one of the defining features of our vast landscape. It spans more than 40% throughout our country and is home to more thanCanadians (Arctic, ). The Arctic policy of Canada includes both the foreign policy of Canada in regard to the Arctic region and Canada's domestic policy towards its Arctic includes the devolution of powers to the territories.
Canada's Arctic policy includes the plans and provisions of these regional governments. It encompasses the exercise of sovereignty, social and economic development, the. Denmark's sovereignty over all of Greenland was recognized by the United States in and by an international court in Denmark could also conceivably claim an Arctic sector (60°W to 10°W).
In the context of the Cold War, Canada sent Inuit families to the far north in the High Arctic relocation, partly to establish territoriality. As Arctic ice disappears — a factor that is also at play in this summer's search for the lost ships of Sir John Franklin's mission — the world focus on the region's resources intensifies.
The winning title, Polar Imperative: A History of Arctic Sovereignty in North America, is based on 30 years of research and study of the Arctic. Canadian professor honored for Arctic sovereignty. Canada's Arctic Waters in International Law; Emerging legal concerns in the Arctic: sovereignty, navigation and land claim disputes.
Polar Record, Vol. 46, Issue. 04, p. His earlier book, The Law of the Sea of the Arctic is still one of the standard reference works in the area, but with changes in the general law of the sea, this Author: Donat Pharand.
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John English: A few years ago, I was involved in a publishing project and was told that "Arctic sovereignty" had to be in the title because it sells best. A casual scan of Canadian book titles.The major concern in terms of Canadian sovereignty in the Arctic is use of the Northwest Passage (NWP). The debate about the NWP is not over who owns the waterways – there is no objection to.Canada’s priorities for as Chair of the Arctic Council have been criticized widely and fairly by many experts in Arctic defence, but on the basis of Canadian capabilities and interests in the Arctic, these priorities might just be the most logical and realistic hope for Canada in its ability to maintain security over its claims to the Arctic.