While not analyzing in-depth the role of UArctic in the further development of the Arctic, political scientist Christoph Humrich from a German foundation for peace and conflict research asks the questions if the networking structure of UArctic is an exception or merely the most visible of many means of transboundary cooperation.
of OSTEUROPA exclusively deals with the Arctic
and touches upon Nature and Law, Economy and Environment, Confluict and
Cooperation, as well as Community and Society. Several researchers associated
with UArctic have contributed articles or in one way or the other contributed
to the content of the volume, e.g. Florian Stammler and Anna Stammler Gossmann
from the Arctic Centre who in their articles deal with migration patterns in
the Russian North and the roots of Russian minority politics, or current UArctic
intern Nikolas Sellheim, who participated in last year’s “EU Arctic Footprint
and Policy Assessment Project” which Sandra Cavalieri’s article is based upon.
OSTEUROPA Journal analyzes politics and culture, economy and society in the
Eastern parts of Europe as part of the
globalized world. Apart from thematic volumes such as ”Logbook Arctic – Space,
Interests and Law”, country-bound volumes serve the orientation for the further
East-enlargement of European thinking.
Journal is published in German by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde
(DGO) e.V (German Association for Eastern European Studies).
UArctic in German Research Volume
Tue, May 24, 2011
The most recent German OSTEUROPA Volume ”Logbook Arctic – Space, Interests and Law” makes reference to UArctic in the context of regionalization and the future of the Arctic.