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Jessica M. Shadian and Monica Tennberg (ed-itors) around the International Polar Year 2007–2008, and these provide a new and valuable.

Jessica M. Shadian and Monica Tennberg (ed-itors). Farnham: Ashgate (Global Interdisciplinary Studies Series). They collected nine papers on legacies and change in polar sciences referring to historical, legal and political reections. around the International Polar Year 2007–2008, and these provide a new and valuable source for further discussions. Some essays are more theoretical, others more descriptive, while legal matters alternate with scientic matters and eld stations in the Arctic correspond to the analysis of newspaper clippings on Antarctica. This variety by purpose allows even non-experts to acquaint themselves with this topic.

Farnham: Ashgate (Global Interdisciplinary Studies Series). ISBN: 978–0–7546–7399–6, £6. 0, online: £5. 0 LEGACIES AND CHANGE IN POLAR SCIENCES: HISTORICAL, LEGAL AND POLITICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE INTERNATIONAL POLAR YEAR. ISBN: 978–0–7546–7399–6

Providing case study analyses of the politics of science in and around the International Polar Year of 2007-2008, this .

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Providing case study analyses of the politics of science in and around the International Polar Year of 2007-2008 . First Published 2009.

Providing case study analyses of the politics of science in and around the International Polar Year of 2007-2008, this volume makes a distinct contribution t. Legacies and Change in Polar Sciences book. Historical, Legal and Political Reflections on The International Polar Year. Legacies and Change in Polar Sciences.

Legacies and Change in Polar Sciences Providing case study analyses of the politics of science in and around the International Polar Year of 2007-2008.

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Providing case study analyses of the politics of science in and around the International Polar Year of 2007-2008, this .

The contributors combine both interdisciplinary and multi-theoretical approaches to engage directly with the most recent debates in international relations scholarship, to include discussions of arctic climate change, governance issues, reflections on the Antarctic Treaty and the science-geopolitics interface amongst others. Shadian, Monica Tennberg. It has a highly interdisciplinary approach and is produced in the twilight of the fourth International Polar Year.

Historical, Legal and Political Reflections on The International Polar Year. By: Jessica M. Shadian. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780754673996, 0754673995. eText ISBN: 9781317106470, 1317106474.

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Providing case study analyses of the politics of science in and around the International Polar Year of 2007-2008, this volume makes a distinct contribution to ongoing research focusing on the relationship between science, international politics, law and history. The contributors combine both interdisciplinary and multi-theoretical approaches to engage directly with the most recent debates in international relations scholarship, to include discussions of arctic climate change, governance issues, reflections on the Antarctic Treaty and the science-geopolitics interface amongst others. This is the first comprehensive account to look explicitly at the relationship between global politics and science through an account of the International Polar Years.