Proposed U.S. Arctic Council Chairmanship Program 2015-2017. February 2015. “One Arctic: Shared Opportunities, Challenges, and Responsibilities”.
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Proposed US Arctic Council Chairmanship Program 2015-2017 ("One Arctic: Shared Opportunities, Challenges, and Repsonsibilities"), presented at the Senior Arctic Officials meeting in Whitehorse, Canada, March 4-5 2015. NOTE: This is a draft proposal and not the final US Chairmanship program.
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