The United States, Russia, Canada, Norway. All Arctic states with strong ideas and interests security policy issues. All the countries that leave their mark on our newsletter most of the weeks.
This week is no exception. The sands are shaken and the inconsistencies are drowned out by the cries of the rallies of action on deterrence and rearmament.
“Secrecy is a vital element in the defense of any country and security political “, Far North News Editor Arne O. Holm writes from the back of a motorhome in Sortland, Norway. (More about that later.)
“Yet the level of secrecy is also crucial for the trust between the authorities and the inhabitants of a country,” he continues in this week’s commentary.
The commander of the American European command informs us that cooperation with allied partners is crucial for credible deterrence, and that the American bombers currently deployed in Norway are contributing to this.
“The missions show the commitment of the United States to its allies and partners and the credibility of the air force to more global uncertain security environment, ”says US European Command Commander Tod D. Wolters.
US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau now agree to a joint modernization of NORAD, their joint command for aerospace defense. They are also launching an extended Arctic dialogue between the United States and Canada.
Russian acquisition under surveillance
The Norwegian armed forces, meanwhile, say they are examining Russia …
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