Middleton, Saundra
April 2000
Alaska Business Monthly;Apr2000, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p112
Reports on the potential benefits for Alaska in the event that it decides to use Russian's Northern Sea Route as an alternative shipping option. Shortcut between Asian and European markets; Reasons why Russia established the route in the 1930s; Potential marine pit stop for transshipment centers.


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