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Fit to Print? How Maine's newspapers are weathering the industry's crisis; Port
City Life
, FEATURE, January 2009, PORTLAND, MAINE, p. 30.
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Municipal campaign disclosures unavailable; on state advice, Maine towns
destroying paper trail on candidates and special interests;
Maine Things
Considered,
Maine Public Radio, January 14 2009, PORTLAND, MAINE
2008
Global financial crisis overwhelms tiny Iceland; How world's fourth richest
nation was laid low,
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, January 21
2009, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND, p. 1
Bjork to the rescue; singer backs venture capital fund to save homeland,
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, January 21 2009, REYKJAVIK,
ICELAND
Will social safety net survive Iceland's crisis?; in a terrible crisis, few
Icelanders expected to hit rock bottom,
Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, January 22 2009, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
Will E.U. lifeline sink Iceland's fisheries?; the industry that built Iceland's
ecnomy may be harmed by Europe's fishing policies;
Christian Science
Monitor
, INTERNATIONAL, January 29 2009, HAFNARFJORDUR, ICELAND
Iceland strides toward a hydrogen economy; global stresses underscore
goals even as they delay progress;
Christian Science Monitor,
ENVIRONMENT, February 12 2009, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
Destroying the candidates' paper trail; update on destruction of local campaign
finance disclosures in Maine
; state advice, Maine towns destroying paper trail
on candidates and special interests;
Working Waterfront, February 2009,
PORTLAND, MAINE
Quelling a Pirate Revolt; why the Royal Navy failed to stop the Golden Age
Piracy outbreak;
Military History Quarterly, FEATURES,Spring 2009, pp. 9-19
History lesson; parallels between the Golden Age piracy outbreak at the
recent Somali one;
Military History Quarterly, SIDEBAR,Spring 2009, p. 15
Nature's Refuge; the future of the fifty islands of the Maine Coastal Islands
National Wildlife Refuge;
Down East, COVER STORY ,April 2009
Responding to Economic Catastrophe, Iceland Looks to Its Universities;
Chronicle of Higher Education,
MONEY & MANAGEMENT, March 6 2009,
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
In sunny Turks & Caicos, 'political amorality' forces Britain to retake control,
the corruption scandal afflicting the British territory;
Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, April 5, 2009, PROVIDENCIALES, TURKS & CAICOS
Public pier talks tilted toward private development; Maine State Pier update,
The Bollard Online, NEWS, April 10 2009, PORTLAND, MAINE
Why did an Antarctic cruise ship sink?; Big ice chunks, misjudgment, and
faulty doors doomed the MS Explorer;
Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, April 20, 2009
Uncharted seas; despite widespread support, the Gulf of Maine Ocean
Observing system suffers a partial collapse;
Down East, TALK OF MAINE ,May
2009
Updates: campaign finance and GoMoos; update on destruction of local
campaign finance disclosures in Maine, the plight of the Gulf of Maine Ocean
Observing System;
Working Waterfront, May 2009, PORTLAND, MAINE
Linda Bean's lobster dreams; profile of LL Bean heir, conservative political
donor, and aspiring seafood magnate.
Down East, FEATURE, July 2009,
PORT CLYDE, MAINE
Maine squeeze; Iceland’s banking failure put credit lines to Canadian
processors and Maine lobster dock prices in the deep freeze.;
National
Fisherman,
JULY 2009, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
Update: Augusta poised to fix local campaign finance report problem. the
destruction of local campaign finance disclosures in Maine;
Working
Waterfront Online,
May 14 2009, PORTLAND, MAINE
The picnic that changed Europe; 20th anniversary of the "great escape" of East
Germans at the Pan European Picnic.;
Global Post, August 19, 2009,
SOPRONKOHIDA, HUNGARY
An empire of sail; review of Live  Yankees by W.H. Bunting; Down East,
BOOKS, August 2009.
The Oak Island Mystery; a possible explanation for one of North America's
most enduring buried treasure legends;
Working Waterfront, July 2009, OAK
ISLAND, NOVA SCOTIA
Neo-Nazis on the Rise; the rise of the extreme right in Eastern Europe.; Global
Post Passport,
August 26, 2009, ZLIN, CZECH REPUBLIC
Fossil fuels left out in the cold; exporting Iceland's geothermal know-how.; San
Francisco Chronicle,
August 30, 2009, WORLD, p. A17, HELLISHEIDI,
ICELAND
After the fall of the Wall, Middle Europe reemerges, sort of; Habsburg lands,
now borderless again, have mixed response;
Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, September 17, 2009 (online edition); September 13, 2009,
p.11 (weekly magazine.); SOPRON, HUNGARY
Unease at the Border; Austrians shudder, Hungarians cheer a vanished
frontier; Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, September 13, 2009,
p.11 (weekly magazine.); ST. MARGARETHEN IM BURGENLAND, AUSTRIA
Homeless nuclear waste; US has no plan for spent fuel stranded at old
atomic plant sites;
Christian Science Monitor, ENVIRONMENT, September
13, 2009 (online and weekly editions); p.36, WISCASSET, MAINE
How a picnic led to the fall of the Berlin Wall; 20 years ago today, Hungarians
let 60,000 East Germans escape to freedom;
Christian Science Monitor,
INTERNATIONAL, September 10, 2009;  SOPRON, HUNGARY
Inflating repair costs and cruise ship benefits on Portland's waterfront; two
studies expose troubling questions about how city has handled major
waterfront developments;
Working Waterfront, PARALLEL 44, September
2009, PORTLAND, MAINE
Secret Lives of Mainers; things you didn't know -- or think you know that are
wrong -- about Maine's people;
 Down East, COVER STORY, November 2009.
A world transformed; Academe in Eastern Europe 20 years after the fall of
Communism;
 The Chronicle of Higher Education, CHRONICLE REVIEW
COVER STORY
, October 25, 2009, BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC
Exploiting the Motion of the Ocean; Tidal power in Canada's Bay of Fundy;
Global Post Passport,
October 30, 2009, L'ETETE, NEW BRUNSWICK
Securing America's northern front; how the tightening of the border is
disrupting cross-border life on the Maine-New Brunswick frontier;
Global Post
Passport,
November 2, 2009, SAINT STEPHEN, NEW BRUNSWICK
Tidal power takes two steps forward;  deployment of ocean energy turbines in
eastern Maine;
Working Waterfront, PARALLEL 44, November 2009,
EASTPORT, MAINE
Pyramid Man; an amateur archaeologist delcares he's found the world's
greatest pyramid complex in Bosnia;
Smithsonian Magazine, FEATURES,
December 2009; VISOKO, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
A tale of two utopias; Tomas Bata's legacy in the Czech city of Zlin; Global Post
Passport,
December 7, 2009, ZLIN, CZECH REPUBLIC
Nuclear waste: Canada asks towns to give it a home; nuclear waste policy in
Canada;
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL, December 10, 2009
(weekly and online editions); SAINT ANDREWS, NEW BRUNSWICK
Economic risks of nuclear power plants; sidebar on Canadian plant's
refurbishment problems;
Christian Science Monitor, INTERNATIONAL,
December 10, 2009 (weekly and online editions); POINT LEPREAU, NEW
BRUNSWICK
Probing Romania's cryptic revolution; scholars disagree about who killed
many of the 1100 victims;
Global Post Passport, December 18, 2009
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