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ARCTIC 200 Indigenous Diplomacies and International Relations in the Arctic (3) I&S Fabbi
Provides an overview of current issues and geopolitics in the Arctic including those of the eight Arctic nation-states, six Permanent Participants (indigenous organizations) on the Arctic Council, and other non-Arctic nation-state interests. Offered: A.
ARCTIC 400 Integrating Policy and Science in Arctic Studies (3) I&S/NW Gallucci, Hellmann
Introduces Arctic resources and access from physical, biological, and political perspectives, focusing on the latter. Emphasizes political alliances among nation states as well as initiatives by indigenous peoples that involve mutual needs for access to Arctic resources for mining, transport, and food. Offered: Sp.
ARCTIC 401 Current Issues Concerning the Arctic Region (3, max. 9) I&S
Addresses current issues impacting the Arctic region from the perspective of visiting scientists, social scientists, practitioners, and Arctic indigenous leaders. Offered: Sp.
ARCTIC 498 Special Topics in Arctic Studies (1-5, max. 10)
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