WINTER/SPRING 2013

THE ARCTIC


Volume 5, Issue 1/2: Essays on Arctic myths and misconceptions, stakeholder priorities, and cold storage for big data. Also: India, the Maldives, Chuck Hagel, the ANC in South Africa, and private sector hearts and minds.

Contributors: Kit Dawnay, Faisal Devji, Stephen D.K. Ellis, Michael A. Innes, Lotta Numminen, Eric Randolph, Clive Schofield, Scott Smith, Ian Townsend-Gault, Jon Western.

Table of Contents


Foreword

About the Contributors

Essays
Clive Schofield, 'Cold Rush: Exploring Arctic Myths and Misconceptions'

Ian Townsend-Gault, 'Defining Arctic Coastal and User Interests'

Lotta Numminen, 'Cool Hunting: Mapping Arctic Stakeholders'

Scott Smith, 'Arctic Steampunk: The New Age of Cold Weather Data Infrastructure'

Kit Dawnay, 'China's Ambitions in the Arctic'

Faisal Devji, 'India's Carnival of Values'

Stephen D.K. Ellis, 'The African National Congress in Exile'

Eric Randolph, 'Unrest in the Maldives'

Jon Western, 'Hagel, the Right, and the Fight for American Power'

Postscript

Index of Essays