(RE)CONCEPTUALIZING ARCTIC SECURITY
Selected Articles from the Journal of Military and Security Studies
This book showcases selected articles on Arctic security published in the Journal of Military and Strategic Studies (JMSS) over the last decade. By situating Canadian discussions in broader circumpolar and global contexts, the chapters in this volume provide insights into how climate change, changes in governance systems, increased shipping (and the prospect of much more), energy and mineral development, Arctic states’ expanding military presence, and growing non-Arctic state interests are interacting to create a complex, evolving Arctic security environment. Introductions to each section contextualize ongoing academic and policy debates about defence, security, and state sovereignty in the Arctic, as well as offering suggestions for further reading.