A small fishing boat heads out into the sea ice near the town of Uummannaq in western Greenland in March 2010. As a result of climate change, a sea route has opened up in the Arctic that could draw ships away from the Suez canal. Photo: Reuters
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

The Arctic is the next geopolitical hot spot that the US wants to freeze China out of

  • As countries race to benefit from a new shipping route and other resources in the Arctic, the US, viewing the region through a national security lens, is pushing back against Russia and China

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A small fishing boat heads out into the sea ice near the town of Uummannaq in western Greenland in March 2010. As a result of climate change, a sea route has opened up in the Arctic that could draw ships away from the Suez canal. Photo: Reuters
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