Chapter 6: The EU’s Arctic space-making practices
With the Arctic region being a sui generis neighbourhood for the European Union, the Arctic region raises an interesting question about the extent of the EU and how to gain regional credibility and legitimacy via which geopolitical discourse. Based on distinct geopolitical ideas, a particular regional discourse, the aim to wield organisational authority in the Arctic and the use of technological devices, the European Union has attempted to evolve as a legitimate actor in the Arctic region.
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