NATO in the Arctic: Keep Its Role Limited, For Now

The adage “Don’t just do something. Stand there!” could easily describe NATO’s policies in the Arctic for the last 30 years. Consequently, the alliance has taken a largely hands-off approach to the region. Nevertheless, individual NATO members with territory or territorial waters in the Arctic (Canada, Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and the United States) have taken … Continue reading NATO in the Arctic: Keep Its Role Limited, For Now