Geological structure and history of the Arctic Ocean based on new geophysical data: Implications for paleoenvironment and paleoclimate. Part 2. Mesozoic to Cenozoic geological evolution

By Anatoly M. Nikishin, Eugene I. Petrov, Sierd Cloetingh, Sergey I. Freiman, Nikolay A. Malyshev, Andrey F. Morozov, Henry W. Posamentier, Vladimir E. Verzhbitsky, Nikolay N. Zhukov, Ksenia Startseva Highlights•New atlas of paleogeographic/paleotectonic maps for…

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Russia is winning support for its claims on Arctic shelf, says chief negotiator
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Russia is winning support for its claims on Arctic shelf, says chief negotiator

By Atle Staalesen, journalist and publisher of the Independent Barents Observer A breakthrough in Russia’s bid to determine the outer limits of its continental shelf in the Arctic might be immanent. According to the country’s…

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The Western Alliance in the Face of the Russian (Dis)information Machine: Where Does Canada Stand?

By Sergey Sukhankin, Fellow at the Jamestown Foundation Original source of publication: A joint Research Paper from The School of Public Policy and the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, September 2019, Vol. 12:2SummaryIn the years since…

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Canada’s cannabis conundrum

By Madelaine Drohan, Canada correspondent, The Economist The article first appeared on OpenCanada.orgThere are many reasons why Canada-Russia relations are strained these days, but one that does not get much publicity is the Liberal government’s…

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