CSIS: Maritime Futures and the Bering Strait Region

The Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS) hosted an event with Rear Admiral Michael McAllister, U.S. Coast Guard Commander of… You must be logged in to view this content.

Arctic Report July 21, 2017

Report Contains:
Notes from the United State Arctic Research Commission’s 107th Meeting
Highlights from the 7th Symposium on the Impacts of an Ice-Diminishing Arctic on Naval and Maritime Operations
Icebreaker Amendment Voted Down – House Appropriations Committee Homeland Security Appropriations FY2018 Markup
America’s Arctic Economic Ambitions: Opportunities and Limitations – Center for Strategic and International Studies
Hearing on Opening ANWR to Drilling – House Committee on Natural Resources
Arctic News Roundup

Arctic Report May 5, 2017

Report Contains:
A Conversation With Admiral Paul Zukunft, USCG Commandant, Center For Strategic and International Studies
Energy In America: a Conversation with Senator Lisa Murkowski and Senator Maria Cantwell, Center For Strategic and International Studies
Hearing on Maritime and Transportation Regulatory Issues, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee
Arctic Research Seminar with Dr. Robert Corell – Arctic Research Consortium of The U.S.
Arctic News Roundup

Arctic Report February 1, 2017

Discussing BP’s energy development and market outlook, Spencer Dale, BP’s Chief Economist, said the company looks ahead annually at the next 20 years of energy policy. The forecasts are important because of BP’s massive energy sector investments, totaling $17 billion last year. Predicting the future is very difficult if not impossible, Dale said, but the company tries to understand the uncertainty in which it operates. With a 20-year outlook, the broad terms don’t change very much, but the questions do.

Arctic Report January 25, 2017

U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan (R-AK) spoke about the new Defense Department Arctic Strategy at CSIS on Jan. 24. The unclassified version has yet to be released, but the Senator talked the audience through much of its content.
The FY16 National Defense Authorization Act required the Department of Defense to write a new Arctic military defense plan in part to respond to recent Russian activity in the region.

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