Debate surrounds international community's role in Bosnia; the future of the
Office of the High Representative,
Christian Science Monitor, WORLD, February
2, 2007, SARAJEVO, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Confronting imposter lobster;  the debate over langostino, "Maine" lobster
branding;
Working Waterfront, February 2007, COLUMN
Thar she blows; Iceland's controversial decision to hunt endangered fin
whales,
E, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 2007, IN BRIEF
Collapse of a Charitable Legacy; Fate of city's prized Beaverbrook art collection
is uncertain as gallery and benefactor's heirs battle for ownership,
Chronicle of
Philanthropy
, GIFTS & GIVING, February 7, 2007, FREDERICTON, NEW
BRUNSWICK
Eastern Europe's icons of progress: steel mills;  the recovery of Soviet-era
steelworks,
Christian Science Monitor, WORLD, February 28, 2007, KOSICE,
SLOVAKIA
Eastern Europe's Silicon Rush; the rise of an information technology industry
challenges the universities that facilitated it;  
The Chronicle of Higher
Education
, INTERNATIONAL, March 9, 20007, KOSICE, SLOVAKIA, p. A45
Why Google put a research lab in Poland; the computer industry boom in
Eastern Europe,
Christian Science Monitor, WORLD, March 13, 2007,
KRAKOW, POLAND
A New Day on Old Orchard; Can Maine's family beach resort go upscale
without losing its honky-tonk soul,
Down East, April 2007, SPECIAL REPORT,
OLD ORCHARD BEACH, MAINE
The Great Pyramids of....Bosnia?; Scholars face threats for challenging an
archaeological claim that has sparked national pride in a war-torn land ;
The
Chronicle of Higher Education
, RESEARCH, March 30, 2007, VISOKO,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA p. A12
Moves to save the not so blue Danube; An environmental group has listed the
opaque, brown river as one of the world's 10 most threatened,
Christian
Science Monitor
, WORLD, March 30, 2007, BUDAPEST
Come to see the pyramids of....Bosnia; Bosnia's tourism industry's struggle to
recover,
Christian Science Monitor, WORLD, March 29, 2007, VISOKO,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
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Canadian gallery  wins in key ruling on disputed paintings; the ruling in the
Beavrbrook Art Gallery dispute,
Chronicle of Philanthropy, GIFTS & GIVING,
March 22, 2007
Curbing climate change: is the world doing enough?, Congressional Quarterly
Global Researcher,
A detailed report on the international climate change
debate, Vol. 1, No. 2, February 2007.
US Ocean observatories imperilled by 'earmark' crackdown, Christian Science
Monitor
, USA, May 2, 2007, SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE
Why the Royal Navy burned Portland in 1775; Henry Mowatt's attack on the city
during the American Revolution;
Working Waterfront, April 2007, COLUMN
Nationalist politics block reforms at Bosnia's universities; Infighting has cost
higher education substantial aid and shut out graduates of foreign institutions
;
The Chronicle of Higher Education, INTERNATIONAL, June 3, 2007,
SARAJEVO, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Rhode Island's Pirate; real-life buccaneers included a wealthy local man in a
staring role, Paulsgrave Williams,
Providence Journal, LIFEBEAT, May 21,
2007, p. D1
Saving Jaws; the plight of sharks worldwide and efforts to save them in
Europe,
Trust, COVER STORY, May 2007.
Objects of Disaffection; In Eastern Europe, scholars examine nostalgia for
Communist-era culture; ;
The Chronicle of Higher Education, RESEARCH,
June 15, 2007, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, p. A10
Race Against Time; the Gulf of Maine Census on Marine Life and the quest to
save a region's marine resources;
Down East, July 2007, FEATURE, LUBEC,
MAINE
The Real Pirates of the Caribbean; Avast ye special effects! Without them, the
Robin Hoods of the sea charmed the masses of olde.,
Christian Science
Monitor
, BACKSTORY, June 22, 2007, BATH, NORTH CAROLINA
Black Flags Down East; Did the great Caribbean pirate Sam Bellamy build a
base in Machias, or was it a case of mistaken identity?;
Down East, AUGUST
2007, FEATURE, MACHIAS, MAINE, p. 76
Ridiculed pyramid project gets public support; follow-up on the Bosnian
pyramids;
The Chronicle of Higher Education, RESEARCH, July 27, 2007.
On US border, a surge in tidal projects; tidal projects in the Bay of Fundy,
Christian Science Monitor
, INTERNATIONAL, August 15, 2007, DEER ISLAND,
NEW BRUNSWICK, p. 6
LNG developers in the Northeast meet resistance; Proposed liquefied natural
gas facilities in eastern Maine face safety and environmental concerns from
locals and the Canadian government..,
Christian Science Monitor, USA, August
7, 2007, PERRY, MAINE
Maine's ruling family; business, political, and geneaological ties between the
Mitchell and Baldacci clans ;
Working Waterfront, August 2007, COLUMN
Popham, Maine's "lost colony" to get its modest due;  Jamestown's forgotten
sister colony turns 400 this month, but few realize its role in history,
Christian
Science Monitor
, FEATURES, August 15, 2007, PHIPPSBURG, MAINE, p. 13
Who resolves Arctic disputes? Antarctica provides a model for settling
competing claims,
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, August 20,
2007, p. 1
In Greenland, an interfaith rally on climate change, Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, September 11, 2007, ILULISSAT, GREENLAND, p. 6
Climate of Agreement; The climate change debate turns a corner, sharper and
faster than anyone would have predicted,
Trust, FEATURE, September 2007.
As race for oil-rich Arctic heats up, Inuit stake their claim too; Christian Science
Monitor
, INTERNATIONAL, September 25, 2007, ILULISSAT, GREENLAND, p. 6
In Greenland, potatoes thrive as seal hunting wanes; climate change,
Christian Science Monitor
, INTERNATIONAL October 1, 2007, QASSIRASUK,
GREENLAND, p. 1
The horrors of "The Slave Ship"; review of Marcus Rediker's Slave Ship: A
Human History
,  Christian Science Monitor, BOOKS, October 9, 2007
Oceans in Crisis; Can the loss of ocean biodiversity be halted?, Congressional
Quarterly Global Researcher,
A detailed report on global oceans crisis; Vol. 1,
No. 10, October 2007.
As a land thaws, so too do Greenland's aspirations for independence;
Christian Science Monitor
, INTERNATIONAL October 16, 2007, p. 1, NUUK,
GREENLAND
The meltdown of Greenland's way of life;  In the Arctic, a shocking, sudden
retreat of ice is changing everything;
San Francisco Chronicle,
INTERNATIONAL October 19, 2007, ILULISSAT, GREENLAND
The End of the Working Waterfront?; Will Portland's Maine State Pier projects
harm or help the commercial harbor?,
The Bollard, FEATURE, Summer, 2007,
PORTLAND, MAINE
Energy firms study tidal power at Canada's Deer Island;; San Francisco
Chronicle
, INTERNATIONAL November 12, 2007, DEER ISLAND, NEW
BRUNSWICK
Ancient Greenland mystery has a simple answer, it seems; disappearance of
the Greenland Norse,
 Christian Science Monitor, FEATURES, November 28,
2007, QASSIRASUK
, GREENLAND, p. 13
Are polar cruises safe? Not all ships are equal; Explorer sinking focuses
attention on growing industry
;  Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL,
November 28, 2007, p. 4.
Questions swirl around the sinking of MS Explorer; Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL December 3, 2007
Portland's forgotten heart; a historical tour of the Eastern Waterfront of Maine's
largest city,
The Bollard, FEATURE, Winter, 2007, p. 18, PORTLAND, MAINE
Witches on the Piscataqua; Emerson Baker's new history of Portsmouth witch
scare ;
Working Waterfront, December 2007, COLUMN, NEW CASTLE, N.H.
Amtrak Downeaster: Successful train faces uncertain future; Christian Science
Monitor
, USA,  December 24, 2007, PORTLAND, MAINE
Review of A Concise History of Portland, Maine, By John B. Robinson, The
Bollard Online
, BOOK REVIEW, December 17, 2007.
Meltdown: Greenland; climate change effects life for good and bad for Arctic
people, teens,
Junior Scholastic, COVER STORY, December 12, 2007, NUUK,
GREENLAND
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