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OSIRIS Open Source Curator - Arctic Militarization & Global Security

Updated: Apr 26, 2022


 

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i. Purpose Statement: The purpose of this Open Source Curator on Arctic Militarization & Global Security is to provide a master collection of independently-verifiable primary sources regarding the militarization of, and international geostrategic interests related to, the geography along, and north of, the Arctic Circle (i.e. "Arctic Security").


ii. Target Audience: The target audience of this reference list includes both specialists and laypeople--any group or individuals interested in accessing the world's most reliable open sources concerning Arctic Security. Ideal for intelligence desks, newsrooms, academic researchers, think tanks, policymaker staff, military advisors, and self-informing citizens anywhere in the world.


iii. Original Value: At this time, there DOES NOT seem to be any online aggregator that collates all open sources relevant to Arctic Security and arranges them in one place for quick and easy reference. To this end, this Curator List seeks to help fill that information resource gap, by taking all global, reputable, and relevant URLs concerning Arctic Security and making them available here.


iv. How to Use: Many researchers save this webpage in their browser favorites, bookmark bar, startup tabs, or by other similar means. Analysts also save any number of the below URLs to create their own lineup of saved browser tabs, organized folders & files in their browser bookmark bar, and they've aggregated the social media accounts associated with many of the below media outlets.


v. About the "Curator's Top Twelve (12)": This list is intended to provide a quick reference for the most helpful sources, per what the Curator Team finds most efficacious for their research contracts. Thus, the Top Twelve is inclined to change over time as the Curator Team refines its research methodology with each & every contract. We simply wish to freely share that which helps us to craft the best OSINT products regarding Arctic Security with the rest of the global research community.


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Table of Contents | Total Sources: (273)


i. Purpose Statement

ii. Target Audience

iii. Original Value

iv. How to Use

v. About the "Curator's Top Twelve (12)"


I. Curator's Top Twelve (12)




II. All International & Multi-National Sources (37)






III. Arctic Council Member-Nation Sources (236)






III.A. Canadian (Canada) Sources (Government & Media) (25)

III.A.1. Canadian Government Sources (14)

III.A.2. Canadian Media Sources (11)



III.B. Danish Realm (Kingdom of Denmark) Sources (Government & Media of All Constituents) (31)

[CURATOR'S NOTE: The Danish Realm...]




III.B.1. Danish ("Denmark Proper") Sources (Government & Media) (18)

III.B.1.a. Danish Government Sources (5)

III.B.1.b. Danish Media Sources (13)



III.B.2. Faroese (Faroe Islands) Sources (Government & Media) (7)

III.B.2.a. Faroese Government Sources (5)

III.B.2.b. Faroese Media Sources (2)



III.B.3. Greenlandic (Greenland) Sources (Government & Media) (6)

III.B.3.a. Greenlandic Government Sources (2)

III.B.3.b. Greenlandic Media Sources (4)



III.C. Finnish (Republic of Finland) Sources (Government & Media) (27)

III.C.1. Finnish Government Sources (12)

III.C.2. Finnish Media Sources (15)



III.D. Icelandic (Iceland) Sources (Government & Media) (9)

III.D.1. Icelandic Government Sources (4)

III.D.2. Icelandic Media Sources (5)



III.E. Norwegian (Kingdom of Norway) Sources (Government & Media) (19)

III.E.1. Norwegian Government Sources (6)

III.E.2. Norwegian Media Sources (13)



III.F. Russian (Russian Federation) Sources (Government & Media) (32)

III.F.1. Russian Government Sources (2)

III.F.2. Russian State Media Sources (4)

III.F.3. Other Russian Media Sources (26)


III.G. Swedish (Kingdom of Sweden) Sources (Government & Media) (34)

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III.G.1. Swedish Government Sources (8)

III.G.2. Swedish Media Sources (26)


III.H. US (United States of America) Sources (Government & Media) (34)

III.H.1. US Government Sources (10)

III.H.2. US Media Sources (24)



IV. Arctic Council Observer-Nation Sources






V. More O.S.I.R.I.S. OSINT Curators!






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I. Curator's Top Twelve (12)

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II. All International & Multi-National Sources (37)

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III. Arctic Council Member-Nation Sources (236)

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A collation of all Government & Media Sources from Canada, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Republic of Finland, Iceland, the Kingdom of Norway, the Russian Federation, the Kingdom of Sweden, and the United States of America relevant to Arctic Security


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III.A. Canadian (Canada) Sources (Government & Media) (25)

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III.A.1. Canadian Government Sources (14)

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III.A.2. Canadian Media Sources (11)

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III.B. Danish Realm (Kingdom of Denmark) Sources (Government & Media of All Constituents) (31)

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[CURATOR'S NOTE: The Danish Realm (i.e. the Kingdom of Denmark) is a sovereign state consisting of three constituent governments: Denmark (or "Denmark Proper"), Greenland, and the Faroe Islands. In many ways, the Danish Realm is the continuation of the former global colonial system that was the Dano-Norwegian Realm (i.e. the "Twin Realms"). The modern Danish Realm has an Arctic presence by way of Greenland and a "Sub-Arctic" presence by way of the Faroe Islands and Denmark Proper.]



III.B.1. Danish (Denmark, or "Denmark Proper") Sources (Government & Media) (18)

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III.B.1.a. Danish Government Sources (5)

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III.B.1.b. Danish Media Sources (13)

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  • Århus Stiftstidende [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://stiften.dk/artikel/pia-olsen-dyhr-klar-til-ministerposter-jeg-vil-gerne-v%C3%A6re-finansminister

  • Berlingske [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://www.berlingske.dk/search?query=arktis

  • BT [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://www.bt.dk/search?query=arktis

  • Ekstra Bladet [Search for "Arktis" in website search bar (located at bottom of homepage), then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://ekstrabladet.dk/find/?q=arktis&ilc=c

  • FyensStiftstidende [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://fyens.dk/soeg?keywords=arktis

  • Information [Search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://www.information.dk/search/site/ARKTIS

  • JydskeVestkysten [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://jv.dk/soeg?keywords=Arktis

  • Jyllands-Posten [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://jyllands-posten.dk/arkiv/?q=arktis

  • Kristeligt Dagblad [Search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://www.kristeligt-dagblad.dk/soeg?soeg=arktis

  • News.dk [Search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://news.dk/soeg?q=arktis

  • Politiken [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://politiken.dk/search/?q=arktis

  • Sjællandske Medier (Zealand Media) [Search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://www.sn.dk/search/Arktis

  • Vejle Amts Folkeblad [Select "Menu," then search for "Arktis" in website search bar, then translate to English or other language (if not proficient with Danish) using web browser extension] https://vafo.dk/soeg?keywords=arktis




III.B.2. Faroese (Faroe Islands) Sources (Government & Media) (7)

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III.B.2.a. Faroese Government Sources (5)

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III.B.2.b. Faroese Media Sources (2)

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III.B.3. Greenlandic (Greenland) Sources (Government & Media) (6)

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III.B.3.a. Greenlandic Government Sources (2)

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III.B.3.b. Greenlandic Media Sources (4)

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III.C. Finnish (Republic of Finland) Sources (Government & Media) (27)

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III.C.1. Finnish Government Sources (12)

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III.C.2. Finnish Media Sources (15)

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III.D. Icelandic (Iceland) Sources (Government & Media) (9)

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III.D.1. Icelandic Government Sources (4)

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III.D.2. Icelandic Media Sources (5)

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III.E. Norwegian (Kingdom of Norway) Sources (Government & Media) (19)

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III.E.1. Norwegian Government Sources (6)

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III.E.2. Norwegian Media Sources (13)

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III.F. Russian (Russian Federation) Sources (Government & Media) (32)

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III.F.1. Russian Government Sources (2)

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III.F.2. Russian State Media Sources (4)

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III.F.3. Other Russian Media Sources (26)

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III.G. Swedish (Kingdom of Sweden) Sources (Government & Media) (34)

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III.G.1. Swedish Government Sources (8)

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[CURATOR'S NOTE: Many Swedish government webpages are available in multiple languages, namely Swedish and English. Consider browsing different language versions of these websites to maximize content findings. Highlighted web sources are especially relevant for Arctic Security intelligence-gathering]:


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III.G.2. Swedish Media Sources (26)

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[CURATOR'S NOTE: To help narrow your search, consider using key search terms relevant to Arctic Security--such as "arktiska," "arktisk," "nordpols-," "nordlig," or other similar Swedish words or phrases--in the search bars of the media websites below]:


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III.H. US (United States of America) Sources (Government & Media) (34)

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III.H.1. US Government Sources (10)

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III.H.2. US Media Sources (24)

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IV. Arctic Council Observer-Nation Sources

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