New CMS Report: The foreign and security policy development in the Arctic and North Atlantic
The significance of the Arctic has increased both globally and in Danish foreign and security policy. As a consequence, a number of challenges emerges for the Kingdom of Denmark - both now and in the future. The main drivers behind these challenges are great power competition and climate change, and the challenges underline the important role of the Danish Defence in Greenland, on the Faroe Islands and in Arctic politics more general.
The new CMS Report "The foreign and security policy development in the Arctic and North Atlantic - Between conflict and cooperation towards 2035" analyses three security policy dimensions that will influence the coming 10-15 years of development in the Arctic region and discusses the implications for the Kingdom of Denmark. The report is authored by Director Kristian Søby Kristensen og PhD Student (former Research Assistant) Lin A. Mortensgaard, and it is published in cooperation with DJØF Publishing.
Download the report (in Danish, but including an English abstract).