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March 04, 2010


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We recently posted a story from a Russian perspective on China's interest in the Arctic:

We have also put your blog on our blogroll: http://eyeonthearctic.rcinet.ca/en/blog/blogroll/119-usa-blogs


Good food for thought here. Thank you very much for the extensive explanation.


What a great idea! It's really impressive.

African woman

Please keep the Arctic pure, this is one of the places of the real wild. Preserve this.

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