Canada, U.S. assert Arctic claims
Both countries push ahead with plans to deploy military icebreakers to region as melting ice sets stage for pursuit of Arctic’s resources; Washington rejects Ottawa’s insistence that the Northwest Passage is an internal waterway
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It’s not yet a Cold War between Canada and the United States in the Arctic, but a decided chill is developing as both countries assert their right to sovereignty.
Both are pushing ahead with plans to build and deploy military icebreakers to the region as global warming and melting ice sets the stage....
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