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Center for Arctic Study and Policy

The United States Coast Guard Academy established the Center for Arctic Study & Policy (CASP) to promote academic research on Arctic policy and strategy by facilitating collaboration, partnerships and dialogue among specialists from academia, government, tribal organizations, non-governmental organizations, industry and the U.S. Coast Guard.

CASP serves as an operationally focused academic think tank to promote research, broaden partnerships and educate future leaders about the complexities of this unique region. Through collaborative efforts, the Center promotes effective solutions to address present and future Arctic maritime challenges as the Coast Guard increases its Arctic presence.


CASP News and Initiatives

Vice Adm. Steven Poulin to speak at August 2021 Arctic eTalks
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Polar Guardians: Coast Guard Icebreaking in the High Latitudes
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New federal Arctic policy includes focus on health, environment, infrastructure
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Read CASP's update in this month's CGA Alumni Association Bulletin
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CASP met with a delegation from Japan to gain insight into Japan's Arctic interests

Contact Information

Center for Arctic Study and Policy
Joseph Pugliese, Yeoman 3rd ClassAdministrative Support(860) 701-6552[email protected]