You are here

NIAS researcher Aki Tonami gives presentation at Arctic 2014

On May 21 2014 Aki Tonami gave a presentation at the "Arctic 2014: Who Gets a Voice and Why It Matters"
at The Wilson Center, Washington DC.

The event was co-hosted under the Wilson Center’s new Polar Initiative by the Center’s Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, Asia Program, Canada Institute, China Environment Forum, Kennan Institute, and Global Europe Program and featured analyses analyses by:

Ms. Heather A. Conley, Center for Strategic & International Studies, on U.S. Arctic Policies
Dr. Marlène Laruelle, George Washington University, on Russia’s Arctic Policies
Dr. Robert Huebert, University of Calgary, on Canada’s Arctic Policies:
Mr. Willy Østreng, Norwegian Academy of Polar Research, on the Arctic Policies of Nordic states
Dr. Aki Tonami, University of Copenhagen, on Arctic policies of Korea, Japan and Singapore
Dr. Anne-Marie Brady, Woodrow Wilson Center and the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, on China’s Arctic Policies

To see the presentation,  please follow the link (Aki Tonami's presentations starts 1.10 in)
http://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/arctic-2014-who-gets-voice-and-why-it-matters