Amid Greenland’s search for new business partners, the European Union establishes first office in Nuuk as the island’s exports decreased by 15% after Russian sanctions.
Denmark and Greenland will establish an independent commission mapping the two countries relationship starting from WWII. Result’s will show if Denmark followed UN decolonization requirements.
Danish authorities lack an understanding of cultural differences when placing Greenlandic children in care
Children with Greenlandic parents have a higher chance of been taken into care homes in Denmark partly due to language and cultural understandings with Danish authorities.
Research shows that a Māori reached Antarctica hundreds of years before Westerners, despite what history books claims. Including oral tradition brings research closer to truth.
Opposition party Inuit Ataqatigiit won Greenland’s elections and will take charge of a new government that looks forward to negotiations with global superpowers.
Greenland has called for an extraordinary vote as turmoil between parties and an indecisive stance to a mining project has turned government weak.
Danish prime minister sends official apology on behalf of Denmark to 22 Greenlanders who were abducted for social experiment to ‘civilize’ them in the 1950s.
A new shift of leadership in Greenland’s political top may fuel more energy into the country’s current process of independence from the Kingdom of Denmark.