Russian Militarization of the Arctic
Russia has built extensive military installations and capacity within its Arctic territory, centralized under the command of the Northern Fleet.
Russia's extensive militarization of the Arctic is heightening regional tensions and unsettling its neighboring Arctic countries.
Russia’s extensive militarization of the Arctic is heightening regional tensions and unsettling its neighboring Arctic countries.
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