Later this month, representatives from Russia, Norway, Denmark, Canada and the United States will meet in Washington to discuss a possible accord that would regulate commercial fishing near the North Pole.
Until recently, lack of regulation over the Arctic Ocean was not a priority for world powers, since ice made its waters inaccessible. ...
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