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Antarctica and the Arctic are of crucial importance to global security. Their governance and the patterns of human interactions there are increasingly contentious; mining, tourism, bioprospecting, and fishing are but a few of the many issues of contention, while environmental concerns such as melting ice sheets have a global impact. The Polar Journal is a forum for the scholarly discussion of polar issues from a social science and humanities perspective and brings together the considerable number of specialists and policy makers working on these crucial regions across multiple disciplines. The journal welcomes papers on polar affairs from all fields of the social sciences and the humanities and is especially interested in publishing policy-relevant research. Each issue of the journal either features articles from different disciplines on polar affairs or is a topical theme from a range of scholarly approaches. Topics include: Polar governance and policy; Polar history, heritage, and culture; Polar economics; Polar politics; Music, art, and literature of the polar regions; Polar tourism; Polar geography and geopolitics; Polar psychology; Polar archaeology. [1]

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2024-02-19

Can the high seas treaty cure Arctic governance?

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Polar Journal , 2024 , pp 1-3.

10.1080/2154896x.2024.2315853

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2024-01-26

Report on the 2023 Polar Postdoc Leadership Workshop hosted by the Polar Science Early Career Community Office

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Polar Journal , 2024 , pp 1-3.

10.1080/2154896x.2024.2306051

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