January 19, 2012

China Fiercely Targeting Arctic Minerals

Erickson & Collins, Wall Street Journal


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As policymakers in Washington focus on China’s expanding presence in Africa and growing assertiveness in the South China Sea and Indian Ocean region, Danish diplomatic assistance is opening the gate for China to establish a strategic foothold in the Arctic. . .

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TAGGED: Chinese Energy Policy, China, Natural Resources, Arctic Oil, Wall Street Journal

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