If one phrase encapsulates the work done at the Centre for Military Studies on Greenland and the Arctic it is ‘Keep Cool’. In the public debate as well as in the academic literature on the security consequences of climate change
in the Arctic, much energy has been spent on discussing the potential conflicts arising from territorial claims of the Arctic states, as well as the growing interests in the region
from outside powers. National debates and academic positions vary in their conclusions on the Arctic and the role played by Arctic developments in the national defence
This brief summarizes the findings of a number of reports published in Danish by the Centre for Military Studies and its predecessor the Danish Institute for Military Studies. The findings of these reports have been used to provide advice to the Defence Command Denmark, the Danish Ministry of Defence and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Further, we have briefed the Danish Parliament on our findings and lectured extensively on these issues in Denmark and abroad.
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