Barents Studies Vol 2., Issue 1, 2015
Espiritu, Aileen A.; Tennberg, Monica; Riabova, Larissa
Barents in the air!
Contrasting territorial policy perspectives for Northern Sweden
Lars Larsson, Ulf Wiberg, E. Carina H. Keskitalo
Understanding informal networks in higher education institutions:
Theoretical concepts from a Russian and Norwegian perspective
Sustainable mining, local communities and environmental regulation
Kai Kokko, Arild Buanes, Timo Koivurova, Vladimir Masloboev , Maria Pettersson
Russian Arctic Politics after 2010
In memory of Vladimir Didyk
Larissa Riabova, Ludmila Ivanova and Nina Rumyantseva
Young Researchers of the Barents Region
From climate and environmental justice in India to indigenous rights in Sápmi
The changing Arctic: Impacts on elderly human rights
Bjarge Schwenke Fors
Border studies are outstandingly international and cross-disciplinary, bringing together researchers from many parts of the world with quite different scholarly backgrounds
The Arctic may be a very remote region, but over the last years the influence
of globalization and pressure of international politics has grown here, too.
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