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Ukraine & energy, emerging technology & legal deficit, Nootka Sound convention to ATS, COP21
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ARCTIC FUTURES 2014
By Dr Alun Anderson
Science, People & Politicsa scientically literate humanities quarterly
October - December 2016
July - September 2016
The Iraq War Inquiry
April - June 2016
Sterling mid 20th Century
New antibiotic research
January - March 2016
Iran at the ballot box
in compliance with a civilian nuclear future
2015: COP21 Paris Agreement
July - Sept., 2015: From Nootka to ATS
April - June, 2015: Emerging technology
January - March 2015: Ukraine and power
EditorHelen GavaghanBSc (Hons)
Deputy editorMartin RedfernBSc (Hons)
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Professor Graham Dutfield (international governance), Dr Ferdinando Patat (Astronomy), Fred Pearce FRSGS (geography/environment), Martin Redfern BSc (hons) (general).
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