Rush for Arctic's resources provokes territorial tussles

US, Canada, Russia, Denmark and Norway are becoming embroiled in disputes over boundaries on land and at sea Two nations on opposite sides of the Nato military alliance divide – Russia and Norway – have signed a deal over who owns what in the Barents Sea. But there are plenty of other territorial tussles going on – some between good friends. The United States and Canada still disagree on the setting of the boundaries in the Beaufort Sea – an area ... Full Story »

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