In today's world, the urgency of climate change makes the Arctic a central issue in international affairs. This week, Canada Research Chair in Global Politics and International Law at the University of British Columbia Michael Byers joins CIGI Senior Fellow Andrew Thompson for a discussion on Arctic governance. The conversation touches on Arctic cooperation, Canadian interests in the North, and prospects for economic development before turning to consider how current international conflicts could impact the future of Arctic governance.
Arctic Governance | Inside the Issues 5.16
Series: Inside the Issues, Season Five