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Experts estimate that around 80% of all transportation globally is currently done by sea. Due to changes in global economy, the demand for ships is unstable. However, shipbuilding remains economically effective: on average, every job in shipbuilding creates six more jobs in related industries.
Synopsis on the topic
Ледоколы будут ходить в арктике как трамваи. Семь вопросов o Северном морском пути
Expert opinion
Icebreakers will run through the arctic like trams. Seven questions about the northern sea route
For some the northern sea route simply means a line on the map. For others it is reminiscent of the romantic expeditions of Semyon Dezhnev, Alexander Kolchak or Otto Schmidt. Some will recall the two captains, a movie about the search for a lost arctic expedition, the favourite of a distant childhood. It is also a grandiose global-scale project: building of a short-cut that will not only connect the European part of Russia to the far east but will also become the transportation artery for the entire world. Is it possible that ships will run the northern seas like commuter trains? When will the project, which dreamers can only compare to the first manned space mission, begin? We answer these and other questions together with Vyacheslav Ruksha , deputy director general of ROSATOM state atomic energy corporation and director for the northern sea route directorate.
A sea of opportunity
Ports: Russia’s economic and geopolitical outposts Development of the railway infrastructure stimulates an increase in port capacity. It is obvious that ports are capable of changing the architecture of world trade routes over the next decade.
Analytical digest
RIAC FORECAST 2019–2024: ARCTIC 2024
The publication by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) provides an overview of climate change in the Arctic, raises the issue of the limits of the continental shelf in the Arctic Ocean, and studies the political and military situation in the region.