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The coldest war

4 June 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

The U.S., Russia and Canada are among the governments limbering up. Boundary rights in the Arctic are fuzzy, and potential benefits huge. Future conflicts over energy and other resources could turn nasty. An international effort to set firm rules is needed before it’s too late.

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