Common objectives and priorities for the Norwegian, Danish and Swedish chairmanships of the Arctic Council (2006-2012)
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Delivering results on the major challenges facing the Arctic region takes more time than a two-year chairmanship allows. The purpose of this paper is to promote continuity in the work of the AC by identifying common objectives and priorities for the next three chairmanships.
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