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THE NORTH POLE - WHY RUSSIA WANTS IT
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Android manufacture increasingly dominates both the US and Russian economies, but this isn't just about GDP - surplus Thirium reserves would allow either nation to experiment in more advanced android models, enhancing their military and industrial output tremendously.
Add to this the strategic importance of the region - which connects Russia with Europe through Norway and Denmark (Greenland), as well as Canada - and the prospect of a peaceful resolution to the dispute seem unlikely.
But a spokesperson for NATO is more optimistic: "Both nations stand to benefit from a stable, productive Arctic region. A conflict would benefit nobody".
President Warren, however, recently torpedoed the notion: "It's simple. Russia has no business in the Arctic. If the Kremlin doesn't understand that, we will make them understand."
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