Kari Aga Myklebost

After Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent halt in cooperation with the other Arctic states, Russia has turned east and south for new partners. At the same time, Russia is messaging actively that the Arctic Council without Russia is illegitimate. What is Russia’s posture in Arctic affairs in the new era of growing instability and geopolitical tensions? And how does China – Russia’s primary choice among potential new partners – react to Russia’s invitations?
February 06, 2024
Under Putin, history has become a key strategic tool in Russian foreign and security policy. Norway is currently subject to an increasingly aggressive Russian memory policy in the north.
September 08, 2023