Maritime security: rights and interests in the Arctic – Katarzyna Zysk

The project is completed.

This study examines current and potential future factors determining the Arctic maritime security environment. It devotes special attention to developments in the regional maritime economy and their implications for regional intrastate relations, security of the sea and sovereignty rights at sea of the coastal states, in particular of the United States, Russia and Norway. It assesses risks to maritime security in an ice-diminished Arctic and implications of the expected growing activity for political stability in the region and beyond. The study is a part of the project International Order at Sea.

Et utvalg av Katarzyna Zysks tidligere publikasjoner (se ansattside for full oversikt)

  • 2017. "Nonstrategic Nuclear Weapons in Russia’s Evolving Military Doctrine". Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 73 (5): 322–327.
  • 2015. "Managing Military Change in Russia". I Security, Strategy and Military change in the 21st Century: Cross-Regional Perspectives, s. 155–177. Routledge.
  • 2012. "Russia’s Naval Ambitions: Driving Forces and Constraints".​ I Twenty-First Century Seapower: Cooperation and Conflict at Sea, s. 112–135. Routledge.
  • 2011. "Military Aspects of Russia's Arctic Policy: Hard Power and Natural Resources". I Arctic Security in an Age of Climate Change, s. 85–106. Cambridge University Press.

Publisert 6. oktober 2017 15:24.. Sist oppdatert 13. april 2018 14:56.