Andrea Charron

I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada which is home to the Royal Canadian Air Force and, importantly for my Arctic research, the headquarters of the Canadian North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) Region.  I am Associate Professor in IR in the Political Studies Department at the University of Manitoba and Director of the Centre for … Continue reading Andrea Charron

Gabriella Gricius

I am a Ph.D. Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant at Colorado State University in the subfields of international relations, environmental policy, and comparative politics. I am also a Graduate Fellow at the North American and Arctic Security & Defence Network (NAADSN) with Trent University. My research focuses on Arctic politics, critical security and decolonial theory … Continue reading Gabriella Gricius

Michaela Stith

I am a lifelong Alaskan with a passion for environmental justice in the Arctic. In August 2020 I started as a Program Assistant at a Washington, D.C. policy think tank called the Wilson Center. Since joining the Wilson Center’s Polar Institute, I have coordinated more than a dozen high-level events and multiple publications related to … Continue reading Michaela Stith

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The Past, Present and Future of Arctic Cooperation (Joint CIC and UVic Event Summary)

On the 25th November 2020, the Canada-Russia Research Initiative and the Canadian International Council's (@thecic) Victoria Branch at the University of Victoria (@uvic) hosted a discussion panel titled “The Past, Present and Future of Arctic Cooperation.” The panel included Hon. Lloyd Axworthy (former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Government of Canada), Ambassador Alison LeClaire (Canadian Ambassador … Continue reading The Past, Present and Future of Arctic Cooperation (Joint CIC and UVic Event Summary)