Latest "arctic" stories
The enhanced U.S. posture aims to deter increased Russian and Chinese activity in the region as global warming rapidly melts the Polar ice caps.
BAE Systems will build the Army's new Cold-Weather All-Terrain Vehicle, meant to replace aging vehicles as the service beefs up its Arctic focus.
By Jen Judson
It is becoming increasingly apparent that competitors, such as Russia and China, desire to influence international norms and alter the behaviors of allies, partners and Arctic-focused countries for the benefit of these competitor nations.
By Gen. Glen D. VanHerck
The accession of Finland and Sweden, historically neutral nations, is expected to transform Europe’s security landscape for years to come. Their armed forces and geography would seriously complicate any further aggression Russia might want to try in the region, defense officials and national security experts say.
By Joe Gould