Hybrid CoE Research Report 4: Security and hybrid threats in the Arctic: Challenges and vulnerabilities of securing the Transatlantic Arctic

This Hybrid CoE Research Report focuses on identifying the security and policy challenges that result from the idea of the Arctic as a global region with a unique character, intersecting with the competing realities and distinct political, strategic, cultural and economic characteristics of the Arctic nations. The report suggests that the consequent divergences and intersections of national interests in the Arctic give rise to vulnerabilities to hybrid threats and focuses on how the respective security issues  are approached as regional challenges.

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Research Report

Thorough, in-depth study providing a comprehensive understanding of hybrid threats and phenomena. Includes relevant policy recommendations or practical conclusions.

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