- Describes the changing security dynamic in the Arctic as a result of increased access to the region.
- Evaluates the actions undertaken by Arctic stakeholders including key U.S. competitors Russia and China.
- Argues for more robust action by the U.S. in the Arctic to include leveraging key partnerships.
- Proposes actionable recommendations aimed at the U.S. establishing a credible and persistent presence in the Arctic.
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About the author:
James P. Danoy is a Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. Mr. Danoy is a career intelligence officer with the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and is currently serving as the DIA Executive Representative to the FBI and is responsible for leveraging defense and law enforcement intelligence capabilities in support of national security requirements.