Inuit Greenland Women Demand Answers, Justice in Birth Control Scandal
In the late 1960s and 1970s, up to half of reproductive-aged women in Greenland were implanted with IUDs, often without informed consent.
SOURCE: Nordics Info
Buying Greenland? Trump, Truman and the 'Pearl of the Mediterranean'
by Thorsten Borring Olesen
Greenland has been and continues to be a vital strategic asset, not least to the US - and perhaps even more so due to the possible effects of climate change.
SOURCE: NY Times
Historian Daniel Immerwahr Quoted in NY Times Article on History of US Buying Foreign Land
Greenland officials have rebuffed President Trump’s plan to buy the island, but the United States has a history of purchasing lands from other countries.
SOURCE: Baltimore Sun
What country will Trump try to buy next?
by Jonathan Zimmerman
An imagined week in the real estate scheming of our tweeter in chief.
SOURCE: The Conversation
Before Trump eyed Greenland: Here’s what happened last time the US bought a large chunk of the Arctic
by William L. Iggiagruk Hensley
With a stroke of a pen, Tsar Alexander II ceded Alaska, his country’s last remaining foothold in North America, to the United States for US$7.2 million.
SOURCE: Scientific American
Viking History Is Melting Away in Greenland
Climate change is already rotting archaeological sites in the Arctic, and Norse Viking-era settlements are at high risk
SOURCE: The Conversation
50 years ago, a US military jet crashed in Greenland – with 4 nuclear bombs on board
Greenland is part of the Kingdom of Denmark, and the Danes were not pleased.
Ancient Vikings Settled Greenland for the Ivory
New archaeological research hints at a new reason for Vikings’ Greenland occupation.
SOURCE: BBC News
Ice core data supports ancient space impact idea
New data from Greenland ice cores suggest North America may have suffered a large cosmic impact about 12,900 years ago.A layer of platinum is seen in ice of the same age as a known abrupt climate transition, US scientists report.The climate flip has previously been linked to the demise of the North American "Clovis" people.The data seem to back the idea that an impact tipped the climate into a colder phase, a point of current debate.Rapid climate change occurred 12,900 years ago, and it is proposed that this is associated with the extinction of large mammals - such as the mammoth, widespread wildfires and rapid changes in atmospheric and ocean circulation....
SOURCE: World Archaeology
Sealing Norse Greenlanders’ fate?
The mystery of what happened to Greenland’s Norse population is one step closer to being solved, as new evidence suggests that the colony did not die out because its inhabitants were unable to adapt to their new environment.
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