This paper analyzed the news published in Russia and tried to examine the thoughts of the Russian people and the government on minorities living in the Arctic. The results of the analysis help identify the actual intentions of the Russian people and the government toward minorities, and may also serve as basic data for predicting the possibility of extinction of indigenous minorities living in the Arctic. In order to analyze the content of news articles, this study visualized the network structure of keywords and the contents of the entire news article text using a simultaneous word frequency analysis technique, and analyzed the content and structure of the entire news article text based on this. In this study, R’s TM package was used for text mining. The essential intention of the article was inferred by analyzing the text of the ‘TASS News Agency’ searched as ‘Arctic and Ethnic’ by word frequency (word cloud presentation) analysis, network analysis between words, correlation analysis, and n-gram analysis method. As a result of the analysis, it can be seen that the correlation between the words of the Arctic native minority is very low compared to the Arctic development project. These studies show that the key keywords in the entire article are ‘Socioeconomic Development in Russia’ and ‘Language Rights of Minorities in the Arctic’, and that the issue of minorities in the Arctic is only a small part of Russia’s Arctic development process in full text. Russia’s “2035 Russian Arctic Policy Basic Principles” guarantee the quality and welfare of Arctic residents, and medical support, talent training, and improvement of Arctic residents’ lives, but there seems to be no consideration for the lives of minority residents whose native culture is destroyed by Arctic development. Considering the attitude of the Russian people and the government toward the Arctic indigenous minorities, the implementation of this policy is expected to further accelerate the demographic decline and the dissolution or destruction of the ethnic culture of the Arctic.