January 2022, Vol. 249, No. 1

Features

Russia Making Moves Affecting the Arctic’s Hydrocarbon Future

By Gordon Feller, PGJ Contributor   Editor’s note: This is Part 2 of our article on Russia’s moves under its Strategic Development Act.  In October 2020, President Vladimir Putin formally adopted the “Strategy for the Development of the Russian Arctic Zone and Provision of National Security Through 2035.” The strategy gives particular significance to Murmansk Oblast, emphasizing a broad range of complex and multifaceted transformative measures targeting this province.   Murmansk has long been the Russian Federation’s most prioritized Arctic entity. In 2007, an initiative named the “Arctic Bridge” envisaged creating a seasonal, 4,163-mile (6,700-km) maritime transport route between the Por

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