The melting polar ice creates a fundamentally new geopolitical situation in the Arctic that warrants attention at both national and international levels. The ability and willingness of Canada and the United States to address the mix of social, economic and military challenges facing the region will be dependent on a range of domestic conditions and processes. While the USA is just waking up to these changes, Canada has made the Arctic a top political priority.
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China's Exports of Small Arms and Light Weapons
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Africa and the Global Market in Natural Uranium
South Korea's export control system
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China's Policy on North Korea
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