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The Politics of Memory and the Reconstruction of Albanian National Identity in Postwar Kosovo
The article deals with the reconstruction of Kosovar Albanian political identities in postwar Kosovo, focusing on the tension between two strands of Kosovar Albanian nationalism—one based on aExpand
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Territorial nationalism and Arctic geopolitics: Iceland as an Arctic coastal state
This paper explores the cultural and political significance of being acknowledged and recognized as an “Arctic coastal state”. Using Iceland as a case study, we consider how coastal state status hadExpand
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The Geopolitics of the ‘Future Return’: Britain's Century-Long Challenges to Norway's Control over the Spitsbergen Archipelago
ABSTRACT Within the context of Arctic geopolitics, the article focuses on British policies toward Spitsbergen or Svalbard over the past century. The 1920 Spitsbergen Treaty accorded NorwayExpand
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Targeting the Periphery: The Role of Iceland in East German Foreign Policy, 1949-89
This article deals with the role of Iceland in East German foreign policy during the Cold War. Because of Iceland's strategic importance, the GDR invested considerable resources in expandingExpand
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Buttressing the West in the North: The Atlantic Alliance, Economic Warfare, and the Soviet Challenge in Iceland, 1956–1959
left-wing government in Iceland precipitated a crisis in NATO in 1956 by demanding the abrogation of Iceland's bilateral treaty of defence with the United States. Given Iceland's importance as aExpand
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Reviewers for The Polar Journal Volume 3 (2013)
Paul Barratt Stephen Bocking Christy Collis Malgosia Fitzmaurice Elena Glasberg Alan D. Hemmings Bernadette Hince Gunhild Hooge Adrian Howkins Valur Ingimundarson Alan Ingram Timo Koivurova DanielaExpand
Britain, the United States and the Militarization of Iceland 1945–1951
This article focuses on British attitudes towards US military bases in Iceland, 1945–1951. In the beginning, the British government was willing – for a mixture of idealist and realist reasons – toExpand
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