It's time to draw borders on the Arctic Ocean

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It's time to draw borders on the Arctic Ocean 5

Why Russia wants to own the North Pole.
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The ice in the Arctic is disappearing. Melting Arctic ice means new economic opportunities: trade routes in the Arctic ocean, and access to natural resources. Because of this, the Arctic nations are now moving to expand their border claims. Russia has shown that it’s the most ambitious, using a potent combination of soft power and military buildup to advance its agenda. They’ve said the Arctic is rightfully theirs.

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Here's the second Vox Borders episode. Being in the Arctic in the summer was an experience I'll never forget, 24 hours of sunlight per day was intense to say the least. Third documentary is coming next Tuesday! Sign up for my newsletter to stay up to date: Thanks everyone for following along this journey.

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Author — Vox


Looks like Santa's about to get annexed. No more ice shelves means no more nice elves.

Author — CobaltBob


Concern: The ice is melting.
Concern: Global warming is real.
Concern: The world is ending.
Concern: Oil reserves are uncovered.
USA: ✈️✈️✈️ Let's go.

Author — Harwinder Singh


I think it's cool that the UN meetings for the continental shelf limits are done by scientists and not diplomats. Maybe we should have more scientists and less politicians helping discuss issues like borders.

Author — Devin Crum


if someones gonna own it i hope its iceland, norway, or greenland or something because they are the most environmentally friendly countries out if these

Author — mia smith


"There is enough in this world for everyone's need, not enough for anyone's greed"
- Gandhi.

Author — Siddharth Chauhan


So when the world warms up so much that the northern ice cap shrinks away, we move in to find more oil. Humans never learn.

Author — Manchease Skrelpher


It's honestly horrible that the government is more interested in gaining from climate change than fixing it.

Author — Jeremiah Cummings


Environmental activists: “The ice caps are melting we must do something!”
Arctic nations: “It’s free real estate.”

Author — K REAL [yes it is] BETA 創造的な


*Frozen ocean melts due to use of fossil fuels*
"Oh look there's more fossil fuel here! Yippy!"
Tf y'all

Author — FonchCakes


how to make USA cooperate with climate change:

tell them it makes Russia stronger

Author — るなめりあ


"Show its muscular teeth" 11:04 (-v-)



Lululemon is the sponsor and Lululemon is a Canadian company.

Hmmm... Canada is trying to send a message here.

Author — lupinearsenalALT


China : hey! arctic is our see our 15000yr old map.

Author — Random videos


Everyone else: Stop Global Warming!

Northern Countries: -Secretly burn more coal to get that sweet artic region-

Author — Akyer


Climate change is _so real_ that Russian leaders have created geopolitical strategy around it costing billions of dollars. Yet, here in the USA, we still have politicians with their heads in the sand and a president who thinks it's a hoax made by the Chinese.

Author — David B


Funny how the US's territorial ambition in the Arctic isn't mentioned in this video. Alaska is literally right there! If anyone who has a history of not playing by the rules, it would be Uncle Sam.

Author — Fawk Yu


so we are trying to stop global warming and ice melting meanwhile northern countries are planning to extract another oil when the ice finally melts?...

Author — Vojta Klemperer


They are probably never going to stop regretting selling alaska to us

Author — H DHIL


Oh no! Russia is making military bases in Russia! Oh the humanity!
(All while USA hides the military bases it has all over the world behind its back)

Author — BoomerLemon