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THE FAST-CHANGING ARCTIC: RETHINKING ARCTIC SECURITY FOR A WARMER WORLD. Barry Scott Zellen (editor). 2013. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. xi + 395 p, softcover, illustrated. ISBN 978-1-55238-646-0, $34.95 CAD.

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