In Greenland, a tiny university takes on a big role; the expansion of the
University of Greenland ;
The Chronicle of Higher Education, INTERNATIONAL
January 13, 2008, NUUK, GREENLAND
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Marine researchers track an elusive endangered whale; Data on the North
Atlantic right whale may help scientists save the species from extinction;
The
Chronicle of Higher Education
, RESEARCH, January 13, 2008, GRAND
MANAN ISLAND, NEW BRUNSWICK
Sea captain's logbooks reveal secrets of New England's fishing culture;
historians reconstruct 19th century cod stocks;
Christian Science Monitor,
BACKSTORY, February 1, 2008, DURHAM, N.H., p. 20
Hungary's anti-Roma militia grows; Allegedly targeting the criminal activity of
the country's minority Roma population, the Magyar Garda style themselves
protectors of ethnic Hungarians.
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL,
February 13, 2008, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
The Shame of Maine; the myriad shortcomings of the presidential caucus
process;
The Bollard Online, OP-ED, February 14, 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE
Bosnian steel mill spurs trade in war-torn Balkans; Foreign investment
promises hope, sparks some disdain.
Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, March 3, 2008, ZENICA, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Communist retro-chic: East bloc icons win new status; Spurred by nostalgia
and the sameness of globalization, Communist-era goods make a comeback
in Eastern Europe.
Christian Science Monitor, FEATURES, March 6, 2008,
KOMARNO, SLOVAKIA
Eastport's power trip; a new generation of tidal energy projects on
Passamaquoddy Bay;
Port City Life, FEATURE, March 2008, EASTPORT,
MAINE, pp. 58-63
Suburban sprawl pollutes Hungary; Eastern Europe trades old environmental
problems for new some ones.
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL,
March 19, 2008, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
Scotia Prince: Where is she now?; the old Portland-Yarmouth ferry on sale now
in France;
The Bollard Online, GOSSIP, April 18, 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE
For Bosnia's Future; In the divided country, a professor crosses ethnic lines to
teach a new generation;
The Chronicle of Higher Education, NOTES FROM
ACADEME, May 1 2008, PALE, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Fueling Victory; inside Pew's successful campaign to raise fuel economy
standards in the US,
Trust, COVER STORY, Spring 2008, p. 2.
Ignoring early Maine; Surprising oversights in Nathaniel Philbrick's Mayflower;
Working Waterfront
, COLUMN, May 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE
Will new resort imperil Grenada’s endangered dove? Next month, resort
developers will start building in a national park,
Christian Science Monitor,
ENVIRONMENT, May 14, 2008, ST GEORGE PARISH, GRENADA
Post-Ponzi scheme, Grenada to reopen offshore sector; Outlandish fraud
bilked investors of $170 million in 2002. Now, the Caribbean nation vows to
change its oversight – and its international reputation,
Christian Science
Monitor
, INTERNATIONAL, May 30, 2008, ST GEORGE'S, GRENADA
Bosnia: the children of war,Junior Scholastic, FEATURE, May 12, 2008,
SARAJEVO, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
First Island; The rugged isle of Damariscove is where New england really
began,
Down East, FEATURE,  July 2008, DAMARISCOVE ISLAND, MAINE
Chump Change; why cruise ships may be a bad deal for Portland; The Bollard,
COVER STORY, June 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE, pp. 14-21
American visits to Canada hit 36-year low; weak dollar, high gas prices, tight
border controls conspire against industry;
 Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, July 7, 2008, MONTREAL
Henry Knox: Hero or Scoundrel? The truth is, he may have been both, Down
East
, FEATURE,  August 2008, THOMASTON, MAINE
US Cold War waste irks Greenland;Christian Science Monitor, ENVIRONMENT,
August 22, 2008, KANGERLUSSUAQ, GREENLAND
Right whales entangled by politics; to reseacher's dismay, measures to save
the rare animals are held up by White House;
Christian Science Monitor,
ENVIRONMENT, August 27, 2008, SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK
Mackie Greene: Atlantic Canada's whale rescuer; profile of a fisherman turned
whale disentangler;
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, September
5, 2008, CAMPOBELLO ISLAND, NEW BRUNSWICK, p. 1
The idling of Maine's only container port;  challenges at Portland's IMT,
Working Waterfront, COLUMN, September 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE
All quiet on the Portland waterfront; the idling of state's container port; The
Bollard
, NEWS, August 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE, pp. 10-11
Saint John: Canada's new energy hub; Canadian city building infrastructure US
Northeast won't;
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, September 12,
2008, SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK
Fuel prices threaten key Canadian lifeline: ferries; Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, September 29, 2008, NORTH SYDNEY, NOVA SCOTIA
The story of a Canadian tycoon family; the Irving family's dominance in New
Brunswick;
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, October 15, 2008,
SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK
25 Things Every Mainer Should Know; essential knowledge about the Pine
Tree State,
Down East, COVER STORY,  November 2008.
Will The Cat come back?; challenges facing the Maine to Nova Scotia ferry; The
Bollard
, NEWS, October 2008, YARMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA
Two empty terminals? The real data from Maine's container port; The Bollard,
SIDEBAR, October 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE
Will Canadian educational beacon go dark? The future of the innovative Cape
Enrage lighthouse project;
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL,
November 3, 2008, CAPE ENRAGE, NEW BRUNSWICK
US case highlights Cuban 'slaves' in Curacao; federal judge awarded $80
million to men compelled to work at shipyard in Dutch dependency;
Christian
Science Monitor
, INTERNATIONAL, November 18, 2008, WILLEMSTAD,
NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Curaçao buffeted as it plays host to US military site, Venezuelan business
interests; Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, November 24, 2008,
WILLEMSTAD, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Curacao's Crude Legacy; environmental problems at a WWI-era refinery;  
Christian Science Monitor
, ENVIRONMENT, November 28, 2008,
WILLEMSTAD, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Saving the Fish Banks; modest progress in US fish management;  The
American Prospect
, OCEANS & Coasts, December 2008, PORTLAND, MAINE,
pp. A12-A15
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