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Elana Wilson Rowe

Introduction). There was also a concern cited, primarily by Canada and the ICC, about a possible reduction in permanent participants’ ability to maintain a strong position in a broadened Arctic Council with a new batch of populous, wealthy observer states. At the Kiruna ministerial meeting, the ICC underlined that the 160,000 Inuit are vastly outweighed by the new sum of the Arctic 8 plus the observer states (3.5 billion people) and urged the US chairmanship to pay greater attention to ‘specifically northern’ –​rather than global –​concerns, such as food insecurity and

in Arctic governance
Marta Iñiguez de Heredia

-use strategies in the territories of Masisi, Lubero (North Kivu) and Walungu (South Kivu), Vlassenroot (2006) identifies several mechanisms of survival within a context of increasing dispossession and food insecurity. They go from collective responses such as shared production and cooperative membership to individual methods such as crop theft and militia membership. Table 6.2 summarises the research and findings. Many of these strategies are present in the activities of the League of Women Peasants Cooperative (LOFEPACO).21 This is a federation of peasant 161 Everyday

in Everyday resistance, peacebuilding and state-making