Tuesday, July 26, 2016




Coast Guard Plots Long-Term Strategy for Increasingly Important Arctic Full article at THE SOVEREIGNTY PROJECT

USCG POLAR STAR (Photo USCG)

"The inhospitable Arctic could become a major area of contention between world powers in the coming decades. As new passages open it, it is up to the U.S. Coast Guard to ensure safe lines of shipping through those perilous waters.
This August, the Crystal Serenity, an 820-foot long luxury cruise liner with 13 decks and 1,000 passengers, will sail from Anchorage, Alaska, to New York City. In an unprecedented feat, the Serenity will get there by taking a route that up until very recently has barely been navigable: the Northwest Passage."  READ MORE:


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