"In Search of Arctic Energy" Publication Launch

Please join the Canada Institute, the Kennan Institute, and the European Studies Program for the publication launch of "In Search of Arctic Energy." This event will discuss the findings of the new paper and delve into the implications that Arctic energy exploration will have for the region and the globe's energy economy.

Alternative North Americas: What Canada and the United States Can Learn from Each Other

Since 9/11 and the Iraq war, relations between Canada and the United States have slowly deteriorated, forcing some to question the future of the world's largest bilateral trading relationship. David Jones, former U.S. foreign service officer, pulls no punches as he explores the growing differences between Canada and the United States and looks for learning opportunities for the two nations.

Full text and chapter summaries below.

Energy and Security: Strategies for a World in Transition

For author updates to selected chapters, see the Energy and Security Updates page.

Endangered Communities? The Politics of Indigenous Peoples in Siberia

The recent suspension of RAIPON, the main umbrella organization that represents the interests of indigenous peoples in Russia, opens the question of how Russia’s indigenous groups will be able to defend their lands and rights.

The Year Ahead in Environment and Energy

Environmental desks at newspapers around the world may be on the defensive, but the stories are only getting bigger.

In Search of Arctic Energy

We would like to thank ExxonMobil Corporation for its contribution to In Search of Arctic Energy. 


The Risk and Regulation of Deepwater Offshore Drilling [Calgary]

The Canada Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

invites you to a panel discussion on

The Risk and Regulation of Deepwater Offshore Drilling

The fourteenth in the Canada Institute’s One Issue, Two Voices series

featuring leading energy experts:

Alexander MacDonald, managing partner, Cox & Palmer (St. John’s, Newfoundland office)
James Coan, research associate, Baker Institute, Rice University

and moderator:

Who “Owns” The Arctic?: An International and Interdisciplinary Conference [Chapel Hill, NC]

The Wilson Center’s Canada Institute and Kennan Institute, with the Center for Canadian Studies at Duke University, joined UNC Chapel Hill’s Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies (CSEEES) to host Who “Owns” The Arctic?: An International and Interdisciplinary Conference on March 28, 2012 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.