The United States’ National Strategy for the Arctic Region

The new National Strategy for the Arctic Region accounts for increasing strategic competition in the Arctic, exacerbated by Russia’s unprovoked war in Ukraine and the People’s Republic of China’s increased efforts to garner influence in the region, and seeks to position the United States to both effectively compete and manage tensions.

Security: We will deter threats to the U.S. homeland and our allies by enhancing the capabilities required to defend our interests in the Arctic, while coordinating shared approaches to security with allies and partners and mitigating risks of unintended escalation.

We will deepen our cooperation with Arctic Allies and partners: Canada, Kingdom of Denmark (including Greenland), Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.

Läs mer här: FACT SHEET: The United States’ National Strategy for the Arctic Region | The White House

Läs strategin i dess helhet här: National-Strategy-for-the-Arctic-Region.pdf (