In rapidly-changing Arctic societies, security can no longer be exclusively about military threats, and sovereignty cannot fixate solely on the rights of states. From our partners at Arctic Deeply.
Wilfrid Greaves / @WillWJGreaves
Wilfrid Greaves is completing his PhD in the Department of Political Science and the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. His primary research examines changing conceptions of security and environmental change in the circumpolar Arctic, with a focus on Indigenous peoples and government policy in the northern regions of Canada and Norway. A SSHRC Doctoral Scholar, Ontario Graduate Scholar, and DFAIT Graduate Fellow, he has published peer-reviewed articles on security theory, the Arctic, Canadian foreign policy, and natural resource extraction in Polar Record, International Journal, Journal of Canadian Studies, Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, and Critical Studies on Security, as well as multiple edited book chapters and online media. A graduate of the University of Calgary and Bishop?s University, in 2014-15 he was a Fellow at the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice, and a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Sámi Studies at the University of Tromsø, Norway.