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EU and Canada Can Grow Arctic Relations

Abstract : When it comes to the Arctic, co-operation between the European Union and Canada dates back to the 1990s, when the two entities developed Northern policies. Over the years, these relations evolved in parallel, and at times interconnected ways--and it was only in the late 2000s that they became hindered by the seal hunt.Considering the recent evolutions on Arctic issues, there are reasons to believe that EU-Canada relations can go on developing to improve collaboration on common interests such as the key issue of the promotion of sustainable development in the Arctic.
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Cecile Pelaudeix. EU and Canada Can Grow Arctic Relations. 2011, ⟨hal-00681262⟩



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