The post-Cold War era has seen an upsurge in interest in Arctic affairs. Linked to the image of a wild and still-to-be-explored territory, as well as to images of the region as one of new economic opportunities, discourses on the Arctic also tie in with issues of climate change, cooperation and conflict, Arctic governance, international law and the situation and rights of indigenous people, as well as Great Power politics. The global drive for a greener economy generates controversy in Russia, a country that is dependent on export of raw mineral resources. This volume clearly distinguishes between three key kinds of impact: effectiveness, defined as mitigation or removal of specific problems addressed by a regime political mobilization, highlighting changes in the pattern of involvement and influence in decision making on Arctic affairs region building, understood as contributions by Arctic institutions to denser interactive or discursive connectedness among the inhabitants of the region. On a similar note, a focus on the development and effectiveness of regimes has long been a key contribution from the Arctic political science community Hoel, 2015; H? Green Pluralism: Lessons for Improved Environmental Governance in the 21st Century with N. Polarforskning om internasjonale forhold — viktige utfordringer.
Interplay Management, Niche Selection, and Arctic Environmental Governance. Russian politicians, who support the green economy in international fora, instead emphasize economic development at home and show little interest in environmental protection. Kampen om rovfisket i nord, I: Russlandsbilder: Nye debattinnlegg om naboskap i nordområdene. The post-Cold War era has seen an upsurge in interest in Arctic affairs. By 2005, the prospects of Norwegian participation in offshore drilling for oil and gas on the Russian shelf in the Barents Sea had taken over as the hallmark of the new times in the North.
This book offers a valuable insight into how Arctic politics are framed in Russian media and political circles, and how different kinds of Russian identity are reflected in the debate. Soft Law, Hard Law, and Effective Implementation of International Environmental Norms. Climate Change and Environmental Protection. Asia in the Arctic — perceptions, interests, policies. Nordisk Ministerråds arktiske samarbeid - En evaluering. Journal of Business Research 60 2007 , 501—511.
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 55 5 2013 : 14—30. The paper explores theoretical and practical potential for lateralisation of Arctic governance in the Russian context through horizontal networks between people and companies of the Arctic and the means that would be required to scale up the impact of such informal groupings. Arctic Review of Law and Politics 2 2010 : 207—224. Institutional complexity in Arctic Governance: Curse or blessing? High Seas Fisheries: The Interplay of Global and Regional Regimes red. A new exploration of the impacts of Arctic regimes in such vital areas as pollution, biodiversity, indigenous affairs, health and climate change. Actor Configurations and Compliance Tasks in International Environmental Governance. Regimes can be understood as sets of rights and rules around a policy object and patterns of interaction that make the regime not just a formal structure, but also a social institution within which expectations converge Young, 1998;Krasner, 1982.
Asian Stakes and Arctic Governance. Can Asian Involvement Strengthen Arctic Governance? Nordic Council of Ministers Arctic Co-operation 2003-2005: An Evolution. Arctic Governance and the Law of the Sea. Ecolabelling and sustainable management forestry and fisheries: does it work? The Promise of Involvement: Asia in the Arctic. International Institutions and Arctic Governance. Geir Hønneland is Director of the Russian and Polar Programme at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway.
Security studies usually belong to the realm of International Relations and Political Science, however, some recent publications are starting to put forward a territorial approach to security issues. Kampen om rovfisket i nord. Asian Stakes and Arctic Governance. About the Series International relations is a rapidly changing area of research, reacting to and anticipating an ever more integrated and globalised world. In an environment of high unemployment and low income ecological issues are priority for a few environmentalists. The post-Cold War era has seen an upsurge in interest in Arctic affairs.
En indre sirkel i Arktisk Råd?. Regime interplay in Arctic shipping governance: explaining regional niche selection. Qualitative Comparative Analysis, Shaming, and International Regime Effectiveness. Broader Impacts: Oran Young, Institutional Bargaining, and Arctic Governance. The post-Cold War era has seen an upsurge in interest in Arctic affairs. Based on new empirical evidence from the public discourse in Russia, this chapter engages with the Russian idea that the West is trying to encircle Russia in the Arctic. In the first years of the twenty-first century, Norwegian politics towards Russia were in a limbo, with many initiatives ending in failure.
The chapter offers a summary of the history and contemporary position of indigenous peoples in international politics. International Cooperation and Arctic Governance is essential reading for all students with an interest in Arctic affairs and their impact on global society. From climate change to a progressive economic integration to global networks, security issues are to be completely rethought. The post-Cold War era has seen an upsurge in interest in Arctic affairs. As the regional peculiarity of the Arctic is reflected by a variety and plurality of representations, discourses, perceptions and imaginaries, it can usefully be analyzed as a region of unfolding governmentality. Folkevett, folkerett og internasjonal fiskeriforvaltning, I: Russlandsbilder: Nye debattinnlegg om naboskap i nordområdene. Managing Institutional Complexity: Regime Interplay and Global Environmental Change co-editor S.