Paul Pryce is a Research Analyst at the NATO Association of Canada, supporting the work of the Canadian Armed Forces Program. Holding degrees from the University of Calgary and Tallinn University, he has previously worked in conflict resolution as a diplomatic aide with the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly and as an infantryman in the Canadian Armed Forces. His research interests are diverse and include maritime security, the African Peace and Security Architecture, and NATO-Russia relations.http://natoassociation.ca/about-us/contributors/paul-pryce/
Canada Cyber Security and Emerging Threats Defense Diplomatic Relations Eastern Europe and Russia Erik Underwood International Law & Policy Maritime Nation Naval Issues Security The Arctic The United States of America
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As interest in Arctic shipping rises, Erik Underwood examines the issues facing Canada’s control of the Northwest Passage.