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Record #140993:

Contemporary challenges to international security in the Barents Sea Region / Robert G. Darst.

Title: Contemporary challenges to international security in the Barents Sea Region / Robert G. Darst.
Author(s): Darst, Robert G.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Tampere, Finland: Tampere Peace Research Institute
In: Dreaming of the Barents Region : Interpreting cooperation in the Euro-Arctic Rim. (1996.), Vol. 4
Abstract: With end of Cold War, Barents Sea region has experienced relatively little reduction in face-to-face military confrontation, as Russia's bases have closed elsewhere and Arctic is main sphere of operation for submarines, and willl remain so. Greater openness in region and economic assistance to Russia will help keep peace. Civil war in Russia, border control problems (with different priorities to governments on two sides) and environmental consequences of both force size and decommissioning are main threats to stability, if not to peace.
Notes:

In: Dreaming of the Barents Region : Interpreting cooperation in the Euro-Arctic Rim. Vol. 4 / Jyrki Käkönen.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
327 -- International relations.
355 -- Defence.
621.039 -- Atomic and nuclear energy.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
(*686) -- Barents Sea.
SPRI record no.: 140993

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