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U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said that the Pentagon intends to strengthen in the Arctic region , where there is potential for conflict.

While the Obama administration focuses on hotspots like the Middle East and Asia, some lawmakers worry the U.S. is ignoring what could be a critical battleground – the Arctic Ocean.

The U.S. State Department plans to establish a post of ambassador for Arctic issues, noting the growing importance of the region. This is stated in a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry Senator Mark Begich, reports Reuters.


THE Arctic Circle may be Santa's home, but it is set to become the world's new disputed territory, with different nations seeking to exploit the region for a range of economic and military purposes.

The Arctic is at a crucial point in its transformation from a relatively isolated region to one where receding ice is enabling increased human access. As climate change and the viability of new energy sources shape the global environment, these shifts will affect our strategic oudook going forward, especially in the Arctic.

The United States military is looking for ways to expand operations in the vast waters of the Arctic as melting ice caps open sea lanes and other nations such as Russia compete for the lucrative oil and gas deposits. But the effort will take money and resources to fill the broad gaps in satellite and communications coverage, add deep-water ports and buy more ships that can withstand the frigid waters or break through the ice.