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Editorial: Arctic may be next frontier for Russia

The world's next hot spot theoretically could be its coldest. Atop the globe, the Arctic expanse is a new frontier for the United States and friends to fortify against an aggressive, ambitious Russia.

The West used to rely on the polar cap as a trusty, ice-covered moat to keep the Russians at bay. But climate change

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