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    Trumping the Paris Agreement

    What the Next Presidency Could Mean for Climate Change

    By Jolie Breeden

    Even as world leaders met in Morocco to discuss the details of the Paris climate agreement, the impact of the newly elected U.S. president on its execution remain unclear.

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    Protesters Stand Tall with Standing Rock

    Pipeline Opponents Endure (and Make Some Progress)

    By Elke Weesjes Sabella

    For months, Native American protesters and their supporters have physically blocked construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline at Lake Oahe in North Dakota. They have garnered lots of attention and made some small progress, however, it's difficult to determine how the battle will end.

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    Maritime Security Initiatives

    A Paper Tiger or a Concrete Solution?

    By Steve Sin, Brecht Volders and Sylvain Fanielle

    In response to the potential threat of terrorism from weapons of mass destruction, the international community has launched various political and legal initiatives to prevent illicit trafficking of radioactive and nuclear materials via maritime means.

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NHC Articles

Trumping the Paris Agreement - 11/18/2016

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Trumping the Paris Agreement

What the Next Presidency Could Mean for Climate Change

Even as world leaders met in Morocco to discuss the details of the Paris climate agreement, the impact of the newly elected U.S. president on its execution remain unclear.

Read More...

Protesters Stand Tall with Standing Rock - 11/18/2016

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Protesters Stand Tall with Standing Rock

Pipeline Opponents Endure (and Make Some Progress)

For months, Native American protesters and their supporters have physically blocked construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline at Lake Oahe in North Dakota. They have garnered lots of attention and made some small progress, however, it's difficult to determine how the battle will end.

Read More...

Maritime Security Initiatives - 11/03/2016

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Maritime Security Initiatives

A Paper Tiger or a Concrete Solution?

In response to the potential threat of terrorism from weapons of mass destruction, the international community has launched various political and legal initiatives to prevent illicit trafficking of radioactive and nuclear materials via maritime means.

Read More...

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