Look North: the Arctic Council as an example for the management of transboundary challenges?

Wehrmann, Dorothea
Mitarbeiter sonstige

published on blogs.die-gdi.de 6. November 2019

In times during which multilateralism is often perceived as being in crisis and nationalism is on the rise, the Arctic Council seems to be a refreshing governance setting that encourages cooperation and the acceptance of shared responsibilities. In that regard, it serves also as a telling example in discussions on how to improve transnational cooperation to achieve shared goals as defined in visions such as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Climate Agreement.

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