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8. januar 2022
China and Greenland: Debunking the ‘Debt Trap’ Scenario
Postulating a Chinese debt-trap scenario for Greenland runs counter to existing evidence, including Greenland’s trade interests, Denmark’s ongoing policies, and the growing role of the US.
4. marts 2021
Greenland: “Whales are for Tourists, Not for Food”
Though zonally restricted, Greenland’s first decision to partially ban whaling is a sign times are changing. For some it signals the loss of Indigenous Inuit culture. For others it is a sign of new jobs and income on the way.
9. februar 2021
Opinion: The Kuannersuit Mining Project – Impacting Greenlandic and International Politics for a Decade
One proposed mining project in Greenland has been driving many dynamics within Greenlandic politics for almost a decade. As the project inches closer to completion, this enterprise has the potential to affect great power politics as well.
7. April 2021
A Massive Shakeup After the Greenlandic Elections
On 6 April, Greenland held both its national and municipal elections. The result of the national parliamentary (Inatsisartut) vote was a decisive victory for what had been the main opposition party, Inuit Ataqatigiit (IA)
29. november 2020
Siumut Elects a New President: What’s Next for Greenland?
Greenland has been the focus of rapid economic development since Kim Kielsen took over as President of the social democratic party Siumut, and as Prime Minister of Greenland in 2014. Now, almost six years later to the day, Greenland finds itself at a crossroads, as Mr Kielsen has been removed as head of Siumut.