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May 13, 2022
Russia may become the only non-NATO nation in the Arctic, sparking fears of conflict
For decades, Russia and other nations collaborated on scientific and environmental issues in the Arctic. Now, there's concern that Finland and Sweden joining NATO could spark a military buildup there. Heli Hautala joins NPR to discuss.
Listen to the full interview from NPR.
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