Greenland’s Arctic strategy

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Barry Scott Zellen considers the security concerns as Greenland explores a collaborative vision for an Inuit sovereign restoration

Greenland has been projecting a more assertive and autonomous voice in world politics, gaining valuable experience in anticipation of what it expects will be an amicable and inevitable independence from the Kingdom of Denmark. Indeed, for a decade now, it has been strengthening its diplomatic presence on the world stage, with overseas diplomatic representations now in four countries, starting with Washington in 2014 (with its representation office hosted at the Danish Embassy to the United . . .

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