‘Arctic ambassador,’ or something less?
Secretary of State John Kerry’s intent to name special representative for the Arctic draws mixed views from Alaska’s two senators
For Petroleum News
Secretary of State John Kerry’s recent announcement that he soon intends to name a “special representative for the Arctic region” has drawn mixed reaction from Alaska’s two U.S. senators.
Sen. Mark Begich, a Democrat, hailed the announcement, saying he has advocated for an “Arctic ambassador” since....
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