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AS - Asia735
NA - North America418
EU - Europe199
HKU - The University of Hong Kong113
AF - Africa18
OC - Oceania13
SA - South America2
UND - Undefined30
US - United States402
CN - China307
KR - Republic of Korea144
HK - Hong Kong139
HKU - The University of Hong Kong113
GB - United Kingdom78
SG - Singapore64
JP - Japan56
IE - Ireland29
NL - Netherlands17
OTH - Others179
The University of Hong Kong113
San Ramon77
San Mateo32
Advances in using multitemporal night-time lights satellite imagery to detect, estimate, and monitor socioeconomic dynamics93
Torched Earth: Dimensions of extraterritorial nationalism in the Chinese and Russian Olympic torch relays69
The geopolitics of China’s Arctic tourism resources17
The opening of the Transpolar Sea Route: Logistical, geopolitical, environmental, and socioeconomic impacts26
North by Northeast: Toward an Asian-Arctic region69
Using Remote Sensing to Assess Infrastructure Development along China’s New Silk Roads48
Articulating the Arctic: Contrasting state and Inuit maps of the Canadian north65
From state-initiated to Indigenous-driven infrastructure: The Inuvialuit and Canada’s first highway to the Arctic Ocean41
U.S. Perspectives on China’s Arctic Policy28
Automated Extraction of Built-Up Areas by Fusing VIIRS Nighttime Lights and Landsat-8 Data102
Scale-jumping in the Arctic Council: Indigenous Permanent Participants and Asian observer states26
Chinese and Russian geographies of the Polar Silk Road74
Anywhere but here: Experiences of islandness in Pearl River Delta island tourism52
The making of post‐post‐Soviet ruins: Infrastructure development and disintegration in contemporary Russia51
Indigenous perceptions of climate anomalies in Malaysian Borneo74
How china sees the arctic: Reading between extraregional and intraregional narratives68
Singapore: The “Global City” in a Globalizing Arctic62
Is a pixel worth 1000 words? Critical remote sensing and China's Belt and Road Initiative69
How the Frontier Makes the Nation: Comparing Arctic Discourses in 20th-Century America and 21st-Century China29
Between Permafrost and a Hard Place: Loss and Livelihoods Amidst Post-Soviet Infrastructural Decline27
Impacts of green infrastructure on flood risk perceptions in Hong Kong61
Discursive, material, vertical, and extensive dimensions of post-Cold War Arctic resource extraction56
The Maritime Tiger: Exploring South Korea’s Interests and Role in the Arctic36
End-user perceptions of success and failure: Narratives from a natural laboratory of rural electrification projects in Malaysian Borneo30
Viral borders: COVID-19’s effects on securitization, surveillance, and identity in Mainland China and Hong Kong65
Jumping Scale in the Arctic Council: Indigenous Permanent Participants and Asian Observer States34
Tracing Development from the Frontier: The Rise of Alaska Native Corporations in Government Contracting30
Book Review: Unfreezing the Arctic: science, colonialism, and the transformation of Inuit lands36
Using multitemporal night-time lights data to compare regional development in Russia and China, 1992–201263
Urban agglomeration worsens spatial disparities in climate adaptation27