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ISSUE FOUR of Volume VIII (2017) Antarctica in the geopolitics of mid 1989
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Iss 1, 2018. Now available. PUGWASH: A 20th century fight to save the world from nuclear Armageddon, and
Graham Dutfield's proposes the G20 ask WTO, WIPO and FAO to convene an international conference to examine the effectiveness of legal instruments impacting food security and genetic diversity.
Next issue: Issues 2, 3 and 4 delay caused by organisational issues. All issues will be completed in 2018.

ISSUE THREE of V VIII (2017)
Gravitational waves | ethics
Pythagorean Theory

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ISSUE TWO if V VIII (2017) Jan Zalasiewicz writes of transition from Holocene
WHO 10-yr review |
medical devices

ISSUE ONE of V VIII (2017) CRISPR-cas, Zika, Energy
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Volume VII (2016):

October - December 2016 HTML | PDF
The anthropocene

July - September 2016
The Iraq War Inquiry

April - June 2016
Sterling mid 20th Century
&
New antibiotic research

January - March 2016
Iran at ballot box
in compliance with civilian nuclear future


Volume VI (2015):

Oct - Dec., 2015
COP21 Paris Agreement

July - Sept., 2015
From Nootka to ATS

April - June, 2015
Emerging technology

January - March, 2015
Ukraine and power

planet earth

Planet Earth (1)


solar chromosphere

Solar chromosphere (2)

OUR EARTH

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ARCTIC FUTURES 2014 By Dr Alun Anderson
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Book Reviews in V I 2005-2008


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