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[The Guardian] Amount of ocean heat found to be accelerating and fueling extreme weather events

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[The Guardian] Iranian forces kill three in unrest after protester’s funeral

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[Insider] Biden escalates feud with Saudi Arabia, warning of 'consequences' for cutting oil production in coordination with Russia

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Andrew Jenks PhD
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Professor of History, Cal State Long Beach   Los Angeles, CA • United States English

I specialize in the history of modern Europe, Russia, Soviet Union, Ukraine, Cold War, environment, and science (Chernobyl). Author of "Perils of Progress" & "The Cosmonaut Who Couldn't Stop Smiling."

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