Arctic Yearbook 2013 launched
Thu, Oct 17, 2013
The Arctic Yearbook 2013 was launched on October 12, 2013, during the Arctic Circle conference in Reykjavik. The full publication is available for download on the Arctic Yearbook website. The Arctic Yearbook is edited by Lassi Heininen (Editor) with Heather Exner-Pirot and Joël Plouffe (Managing Editors) and is an activity of the UArctic Thematic Network on Geopolitics and Security and UArctic Institute Northern Research Forum. The theme of this year's edition of the Yearbook is The Arctic of Regions vs. The Globalized Arctic.
Arctic Yearbook (AY) is an international and interdisciplinary publication dedicated to the analysis of Arctic geopolitics. Established in 2012, AY provides a platform for authors to evaluate, from a critical perspective, the debates and issues being discussed in the circumpolar world by its multiple stakeholders. Published in an open access format at www.arcticyearbook.com, the Yearbook promotes the dissemination of knowledge through the maximization of information technology. AY’s audience is composed not only of researchers, but also public and private decision-makers, international relations and strategic stakeholders, Arctic indigenous peoples, and Arctic industry representatives.