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Record #209296:

Tearing down the Iron Curtain in the North: an essay about the contribution of a personal Norwegian-Russian network to put an end to the Cold War / Waling T. Gorter.

Title: Tearing down the Iron Curtain in the North: an essay about the contribution of a personal Norwegian-Russian network to put an end to the Cold War / Waling T. Gorter.
Author(s): Gorter, Waling T.
Date: 2009.
Publisher: Arkhangel'sk: Solti
Language: Russian transliteration entered into original records using BGN/PCGN 1947 romanisation of Russian; Cyrillic text in MARC 880 field(s) reverse transliterated from this by automated process; BGN/PCGN 1947 text then upgraded to Library of Congress romanisation.
In: Kholodnai︠a︡ voĭna v Arktike. (2009.),
Abstract: Personal account by Frisian author of his role during perestroika years and end of Cold War. Describes his informal and formal networks in area of Norwegian-Soviet border, sailing trips to Pomor coast, establishment of Barents Euro-Arctic region in 1993 and trade initiatives.
Notes:

In: Kholodnai︠a︡ voĭna v Arktike / M.N. Suprun, comp.

Includes appendix of author's key events in Russo-Norwegian co-operation between 1986-1996.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
327 -- International relations.
93 -- History.
93"19" -- Twentieth century.
93"198" -- 1980-1989.
656.6 -- Sea transport.
339 -- Trade.
330.342.15 -- Planned economies.
93"199" -- 1990-1999.
910.2(211) -- Cold regions, life and travel.
V -- History.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
(*531.7) -- Arkhangel'skaya Oblast'.
SPRI record no.: 209296

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