Evolution of Russian Strategic Planning in the Arctic and Enhancing of Integrated Security of the Fuel and Energy Complexes

Published date01 October 2023
AuthorSergey N. Grinyaev,Dmitriy A. Medvedev,Javed Zafar
Date01 October 2023
Subject MatterResearch Articles
International Studies
60(4) 417 –430, 2023
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DOI: 10.1177/00208817231210236
Research Article
Evolution of Russian
Strategic Planning
in the Arctic and
Enhancing of Integrated
Security of the Fuel and
Energy Complexes
Sergey N. Grinyaev1, Dmitriy A. Medvedev1
and Javed Zafar2
The Arctic region witnessed a lot of geopolitical activism and contestation during
2008 to 2020. These activities have had direct impact on the Arctic Policy of
the Russian Federation. The present article analyses the changes in the Russian
Arctic policy, including security policy and their evolution and development
during this period of changed economic, political and strategic environment. To
identify and appreciate the changes in the policy, a comparative analysis of the
Russian strategic planning documents towards Arctic has been carried out. It
reveals a transformation of approach that ensures economic development and
security of critical energy facilities situated in the region. The study also analyses
the achievement of the goals set by the ‘Basic Principles of Russian Federation
State Policy in the Arctic to 2020’ adopted in 2008 and describes the conditions
for achieving the strategic goals in the Russian Arctic zone.
Diplomacy, economic relations, geopolitics, governmentality, international politics,
At the beginning of spring season on 5 March 2020, the Russian President Vladimir
Putin signed the decree №164, a policy document entitled the ‘Basic Principles of
the State Policy of the Russian Federation in the Arctic Zone Until 2035’ (henceforth
Corresponding author:
Javed Zafar, Karabuk University, Karabuk 78050, Turkey.
E-mail: tojavedzafar@gmail.com
1Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University), Moscow, Russia
2Karabuk University, Karabuk, Turkey

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