SIPRI Policy Paper no. 34
China wants to be part of the Arctic order and, as a rising power, emphasizes the global implications of the Arctic’s melting ice. But China’s Arctic policies are still in a nascent stage of formulation. This Policy Paper represents the first comprehensive mapping of the agencies and individuals involved in the formulation of Arctic policies and an assessment of the motives underlying China’s Arctic activities.
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