Underwood discusses the high cost of Arctic & Oil Sand extraction, and the ongoing issues with Canadian and Russian oil producers.
Author: Erik Underwood
Erik Underwood is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto having completed a specialist in Political Science. Upon graduation he received the Graduation Prize in Political Science for graduating at the top of his Political Science class at the Scarborough Campus. His research interests include: international security, Canadian foreign policy, American foreign policy, and the effects of climate change on international security. Erik plans to continue his studies at the graduate level, and intends to eventually pursue his interest in international security through a career in research.
The Arctic’s Energy Reserves: A Golden Opportunity or an Unrealizable Dream?
Amidst a decrease in the price of oil, Erik Underwood examines the feasibility of exploiting Arctic energy reserves.
Canada and its Allies: Arctic Strategies
While the world tends to look towards the Middle East and Asia today, Erik Underwood looks North, examining the military capabilities of the Arctic coastal states.
Russia’s Resurgent Navy: Assessing The Northern Fleet
With the world looking at southern Russia, Erik Underwood looks north, assessing the revitalization of the Northern Fleet.
The Northwest Passage Thaws: The Dilemmas of an Open Waterway
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