Klaus Dodds

Are we heading for a new Cold War in Antarctica?

The Russian Bellingshausen Station in Antarctica (Credit: Getty images)

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Klaus Dodds

Klaus Dodds is Executive Dean and Professor of Geopolitics at Royal Holloway University of London. He is author of Border Wars (Penguin 2022) and an earlier co-authored book The Scramble of the Poles (Polity 2016).

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