The game of power in the Arctic (The Hill)

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Published by The Hill
5 November 2020
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With great power competition heating up even as Arctic ice caps melt due to climate change, the Greenland Iceland United Kingdom Gap and those nearby maritime transit routes are retaking the strategic significance they held during the 20th century. As Winston Churchill once cited the German General Karl Haushofer, “Whoever controls Iceland holds a revolver that is always pointed at Britain, Canada, and the United States.”

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