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On China's implications for @NATO , @jensstoltenberg  says "This is not about moving NATO into the South China Sea, but it is about taking into account that China is coming closer to us, in the Arctic, in Africa, investing heavily in our infrastructure…" #NATOEngages 

Live in 10 minutes: @PolarInstitute  presents, "Arctic Infrastructure: Needs and Opportunities in an Emerging Market"

We need Norway to: 1. End exploration for additional oil and gas reserves. 2. Stop further expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure. 3. Protecting the fragile Arctic. 4. Defend the right of future generations to a healthy environment. #PeopleVsOil 

Made the case to Gen. O’Shaughnessy that #NorthDakota ’s @319ABW  has the right location, infrastructure & expertise to support NORTHCOM’s Arctic operations & advance its work to counter potential threats from unmanned aircraft. #NDdefense 

We crafted funding bills that invest in development of Arctic infrastructure, help maintain the Permafrost Tunnel Research Facility in Alaska, spur the development of cold weather gear for soldiers, strengthen America’s leadership capabilities in the region, and so much more.

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"We are honored to be entrusted with, and expand upon Guggenheim Partners’ Arctic Infrastructure Inventory," says Mike Sfraga. "We look forward to maintaining the high standard of research and program-related activities Guggenheim Partners is known for."

ICYMI: The Wilson Center announced that as part of a newly formed partnership with @GuggenheimPtnrs , Guggenheim’s Arctic Infrastructure Inventory would be transferred to the Wilson Center and managed by the @PolarInitiative 

"Coordination and collaboration across North American Arctic research and development infrastructure has significant potential scientific and security leveraging value," write Peter Davies and @GoodmanSherri  in a new report:

Learn about the cooperative infrastructure network that has the potential to play a contributing role to informing policy dialogues and planning for the North American Arctic:

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President Vladimir Putin put forward an ambitious program to secure Russia's foothold in the Arctic, including efforts to build new ports and other infrastructure facilities and expand an icebreaker fleet.

Within the Arctic, the soil formerly known as permafrost — let’s call it “meltafrost” — could pose a danger to 70 percent of current infrastructure by 2050, as well as the region’s 4 million inhabitants, 10 percent of whom are indigenous.

Permafrost melt could destabilize a third of all Arctic infrastructure, displace 4 million people

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During the for , I met with #ArcticCircle2018eland  President Gudni Johannesson'>I #ArcticCircle2018eland  President Gudni Johannesson to discuss ways our nations can partner to create a robust & sustainable future for the Arctic region. We discussed the economy to Arctic shipping and infrastructure needs.

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We’re working with the Territories to shape the future of the North together - thanks to , , and Premier Bob McLeod for a great discussion focused on infrastructure, jobs, carbon pollution pricing, and the Arctic Policy Framework.

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China's infrastructure push reaches the Arctic, further isolating the U.S.

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Russia's Northern Fleet said it will prioritize the improvement of infrastructure in the Arctic in 2018 to maintain high combat readiness

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Arctic projects: continental shelf exploration, further development of the Northern Sea Route and navigation infrastructure

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