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Other relevant publications 2009

Geir Hønneland and Arild Moe (FNI):
Nordområdene og Russland: gamle og nye utfordringer (kommentar til St.meld. nr. 15 (2008-2009), Internasjonal politikk, Vol.67, No. 3, 2009 

Timo Koivurova (University of Lapland) and Erik J. Molenaar (NILOS): 

International Governance and
Regulation of the Marine Arctic
International Governance and Regulation of the Marine Arctic, WWF Norway, 2009


Torbjørn Pedersen (UiT):

Denmark's Policies Toward the Svalbard Area, Ocean development & international law 40, (4) 2009.


Rolf Tamnes (IFS):

“Et større Norge” (A larger Norway), in Lange, Pharo & Østerud (eds.): Vendepunkter i norsk utenrikspolitikk (Turningpoints in Norwegian foreign policy), Oslo. 2009

Torbjørn Pedersen and Tore Henriksen (UiT):
Svalbard's Maritime Zones: The End of Legal Uncertainty?, International journal of marine and coastal law, 24 (1): 141-161. 2009.

Kristian Åtland & Kristin Ven Bruusgaard:
“When Security Speech Acts Misfire: Russia and the Elektron Incident, Security dialogue, Vol. 40, No. 3 (2009) , pp. 333–353
Abstract: In October 2005, the Russian trawler Elektron refused to be subjected to arrest when caught by the Norwegian coast guard fishing illegally in the Fisheries Protection Zone off the Svalbard archipelago. With two Norwegian coast guard inspectors still on board, the trawler took off from its pursuers, heading for Russian territorial waters. Observers in Russia were outraged by the attempted arrest and called for Russia's Northern Fleet to flex its muscles as the hot pursuit in the Barents Sea unfolded. The purpose of this article is to explore underlying factors that may explain Russia's non-escalatory behavior during the incident and why the issue was not `securitized' byRussia's political establishment. The article is to be read as a case study exploring the phenomenon of `failed securitization'. On a more policy-oriented level, it also aims to shed light on Russian policies and perceptions with regard to the role, relevance, and usefulness of military power in the European Arctic, as well as the interplay between intra- and interstate security dynamics.   

Oran
R. Young (UCSB): 
"The Arctic in play: Governance in a time of rapid change", The international journal of marine and coastal law, Vol 24, No 2, 2009, pp. 423-442

Kristian Åtland:
The European Arctic in Soviet and Russian Security Policy, 1987-2007: A Collection of Articles Drawing On ‘Copenhagen School’ Theory. Doctoral dissertation, University of Tromsø 2009.

Lawson W. Brigham:
"Navigating the New Maritime Arctic", USNI Naval Review, May 2009

Lars H. Gulbrandsen (FNI):
Non-State global environmental governance: the emergence and effectiveness of forest and fisheries certification schemes, Doctoral dissertation, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo, 2009

Torbjørn Pedersen (UiT):

"Endringer i norsk Svalbard-politikk", Internasjonal politikk 67 (1), pp. 30-44, 2009

Svein Vigeland Rottem (FNI): 
Hva forsvarer Norge? Det norske forsvarets møte med en ny virkelighet (What is Norway Defending? The Norweigan Defence'es Encounter With a New Reality),
Doctoral dissertation, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tromsø. Tromsø, Faculty of Social sciences, University of Tromsø,
2009


Kristian Åtland:
Russia’s Northern Fleet and the Oil Industry – Rivals or Partners?” Armed Forces & Society, Vol. 35, No. 2 (2009) , pp. 362–384


Lev Voronkov (MGIMO):
Northern countries, "Northern Dimension" and Russia, Center for North European and Baltic Studies, issue No. 1 (41), February 2009 (only available in Russian)

Kristine Offerdal (FNI):

"The European Arctic in US foreign energy policy: The case of the Norwegian high north", Polar Record 45, 2009

Lars H. Gulbrandsen (FNI):
The Emergence and effectiveness of the Marine Stewardship council,
Marine Policy, Vol 33, No 4, 2009, pp. 654-660

Jensen, Øystein (FNI):

"Kontinentalsokkeljuridiksjon utenfor 200 nautiske mil: Norske og russiske perspektiver i de nordlige havområder (Continental Shelf Jurisdiction Beyon 200 nautical miles: Norwegian and Russian perspectives in the High North)", Internasjonal politikk, vol. 66, No 4, 2008 pp. 563-589


Svend Aage Christensen (DIIS):

"Are the northern sea routes really the shortest? Maybe a too rose-coloured picture of the blue Arctic Ocean?", DIIS Brief, February 2009


Oran
R. Young (UCSB):
"Whither the Arctic? Conflict or cooperation in the circumpolar north", Polar Record 45, pp. 73-82. 2009

Torbjørn Pedersen and Tore Henriksen: Svalbard's Maritime Zones (UiT):

"The end of Legal Uncertainty",  International journal of marine and coastal law, 2009

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