Ivan Savelev

Ivan Savelev
Northern Arctic Federal University · international law and comparative jurisprudence

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Currently a great number of problems have accumulated regarding the Arctic agenda in international legal, military, socio-economic, environmental, and scientific spheres. The authors of the study believe that international collaboration in the scientific and technical sphere, built upon a legal basis, is the first direction of mutually beneficial i...
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Abstract. The paper considers environmental issues related to the field of agriculture in the Russian Arctic exemplified by the research into statutory regulation of economic, cultural and ecological aspects of reindeer herding by a small-numbered indigenous people called the Nenets. Using the example of the Nenets Autonomous Area, the authors prov...
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With the development of international relations regarding the status of the Arctic and the whole Arctic Region, it is becoming apparent that Arctic territories are among the most important strategic areas in the global politics. Economic and political interests along with cooperation in the field of science and technology and implementation of logi...
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The article discusses the government policy of Norway, one of the countries that has significantly succeeded in solving ethnocultural problem. It introduces the main stages of the Norwegian government policy towards the Sami people. Special atten­tion is given to the problem of preserving the cultural identity of the Sami and the status of the Sami...

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Сase study is focused on empowering equitable and robust Indigenous economy through Indigenous entrepreneurship in the Swedish & Russian Arctic”