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Introduction: The Practice of Arctic Governance – Historical and Contemporary Cases

Valur Ingimundarson and Rósa Magnúsdóttir
From the journal New Global Studies

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    See Grønland under den kolde krig: Dansk og amerikansk sikkerhedspolitik 1945–1968, 2 vols. (Copenhagen: Danish Institute of International Affairs, 1997). The conclusion of the report was translated into English and published under the title “Greenland during the Cold War: Danish and American Security Policy 1945–1968.” The researchers who wrote the report were: Nikolaj Petersen et al. See also Petersen (2011); Olesen (2011).

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