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Routledge Handbook of Arctic Security

Edited by: Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv , Marc Lanteigne , Horatio Sam-Aggrey

Print publication date:  January  2020
Online publication date:  January  2020

Print ISBN: 9781138227996
eBook ISBN: 9781315265797
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315265797
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Book description

The Routledge Handbook of Arctic Security offers a comprehensive examination of security in the region, encompassing both state-based and militarized notions of security, as well as broader security perspectives reflecting debates about changes in climate, environment, economies, and societies.

Since the turn of the century, the Arctic has increasingly been in the global spotlight, resulting in the often invoked idea of ?Arctic exceptionalism? being questioned. At the same time, the unconventional political power which the Arctic?s Indigenous peoples hold calls into question conventional ideas about geopolitics and security. This handbook examines security in this region, revealing contestations and complementarities between narrower, state-based and/or militarized notions of security and broader security perspectives reflecting concerns and debates about changes in climate, environment, economies, and societies.

The volume is split into five thematic parts:

? Theorizing Arctic Security

? The Arctic Powers

? Security in the Arctic through Governance

? Non-Arctic States, Regional and International Organizations

? People, States, and Security.

This book will be of great interest to students of Arctic politics, global governance, geography, security studies, and International Relations.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Understanding Arctic security Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The Arctic peace projection Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Applying conventional theoretical approaches to the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Assessing security governance in the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Arctic security in international security Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Security as an analytical tool Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Indigenous security theory Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Energy security in the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Environmental security in the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Economic security Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Arctic security perspectives from Russia Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Arctic security Download PDF
Chapter  13:  US security policy in the American Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Security perspectives from Norway Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Denmark and Greenland’s changing sovereignty and security challenges in the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Small state, big impact? Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Security perspectives from Finland Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Security perspectives from Sweden Download PDF
Chapter  19:  The Arctic Council Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Science diplomacy and the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Geopolitics and international law in the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Geopolitics, security, and governance Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Security issues in the Svalbard area Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Arctic coast guards Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Legal reform, governance, and security in the Russian Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Considering the Arctic as a security region Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Japan and Arctic security Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Security aspects in EU Arctic policy Download PDF
Chapter  29:  NATO, the OSCE, and the Arctic region Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Indigenous peoples Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Human security, extractive industries, and Indigenous communities in the Russian North Download PDF
Chapter  32:  The role of indigenous local knowledge (ILK) in enhancing indigenous security in the Mackenzie Valley, Northwest Territories, Canada Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Gender and intersectional approaches to security in the Arctic Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Food security across the circumpolar region Download PDF
Chapter  35:  The widening spectrum of Arctic security thinking Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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