While world attention is focused on Ukraine and Iraq, the nations surrounding the Arctic Circle have been quietly flexing their polar muscle. Russia has revealed plans to re-open polar airfields and naval bases on remote islands, while Canada has used the summer light to train its troops in the region. For those two countries, exercises in the higher latitudes are fairly straightforward, with their significant air assets and—if necessary—limited land access. But for Denmark, ...

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