- Research Professor+47 92696167
The overarching research question in this project is how the governance of Arctic shipping is shaped by the interaction of institutions, processes, and interests on the international, domestic Russian and bilateral level. FNIs contributions will focus on development and implementation of Russian Arctic shipping regulations and examine how the law and its practicing is influenced by national interests, perceptions and international political and legal context, and also on how China, the dominant non-Arctic state with the potentially largest interests in operating in Arctic waters, react to Russian regulations and formulates its own policies.
Project period: 2019-2021
- Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea, UiT (coordinator)
- Research Council of Norway/NORRUSS Pluss Programme
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
The Polar Journal, published online 19.08.2020, 19 p. DOI: 10.1080/2154896X.2020.1799611
Osteuropa, No 5, 2020, pp. 61-79. In German.
Konflikt und Kooperation in der Arktis ('Conflict and cooperation in the Arctic')
Ostexperte.de, 22 August 2020. In German.
Med denne massive doningen vil russerne knuse is og vinne handelskampen i Asia ('With this massive construction, the Russians will crush ice and win the trade battle in Asia')
Aftenposten, 13 July 2020. In Norwegian.
Russland schwenkt auf schrittweise Erschließung der Nordostpassage ('Russia is moving towards a gradual development of the Northeast Passage')
Hansa International Maritime Journal, 3 April 2020. In German.
Das russische Eis bricht nur in Teilen ('The Russian ice only breaks in parts')
Hansa International Maritime Journal, 1 April 2020. In German.