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Arctic Yearbook 2012
Norway. Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (2009).
New building blocks in the north: The next step in the
Plaut, S. (2011, forthcoming). ‘Cooperation is the story’: Best practices of transnational Indigenous
activism in the North. In Michael Byers & Shayna Plaut (Eds.),
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Rosenthal, E. (2012, 19 September). Race is on as ice melt reveals Arctic treasures.
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Saul, J.R. (2008).
A fair country: telling truths about Canada.
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Shadian, J. (2010). From states to polities: Reconceptualizing sovereignty through Inuit governance.
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Zellen, B. (2008).
Breaking the ice: From land claims to tribal sovereignty in the Arctic.
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Arctic doom and boom: Geopolitics of climate change in the Arctic.
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