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Arctic Academic eTalks

The Arctic Academic eTalks are an academically-focused, bimonthly forum for open discussion (non-attribution) on key issues affecting the Circumpolar Arctic for scholars and practitioners from Canada, Finland, Iceland, Kingdom of Denmark (Greenland and Faroe Islands), Norway, Sweden, and the United States. This discussion will allow for a more robust exploration into scholarly aspects of Arctic defence and security topics.

The Arctic Academic eTalks include alternating academic presentations and open discussions (beginning in May 2021) with invite-only activities (beginning in June 2021) in which experts will be asked to tackle specific challenge questions related to the Arctic information environment.

The Arctic Academic eTalks is a collaborative effort co-hosted by USNORTHCOM “The Watch” Command Magazine and the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (NAADSN). Our Global Partners include United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM), United States European Command (USEUCOM), United States Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM).

Upcoming Arctic Academic eTalks

May 2022

  • Invite-only workshop

1 June 2022

  • Russia’s War in Ukraine: Russian Strategic Messaging and Critical Enablers with Mr. Jānis Karlsbergs, Policy and Publications manager, NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence
  • Stay tuned for event registration

Past Events

March 2022

  • Defending North America: United States – Kingdom of Denmark – Greenland Defense and Security Relationship, a panel discussion with Sara Olsvig, Henrik Gram Pedersen and Dan Torweihe, 31 March 2022
  • The video is available here

 

January 2022

  • Russian Arctic Militarization with presentations by Dr. Rob Huebert and Dr. Katarzyna Zysk.
  • The video is available here

 

November 2021

 

October 2021

  • Invite-only workshop

September 2021

 

August 2021

  • Invite-only workshop

July 2021

 

June 2021

May 2021

 

For more information on the Arctic eTalks series please visit the Center for Arctic Security and Resilience