Shipping on thin ice: Russia's northern sea route
Shipping trade on Russia’s northern sea route has grown rapidly with the Arctic oil and gas boom. But can it be more than a floating pipeline?
Melting Arctic ice has long tempted shipping with its potential to slash travel times, costs and emissions between Europe and Asia. But its punishing logistics, fragile environment and geopolitics make the region’s future far from clear
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