As resource nationalism becomes the norm in the world’s biggest mining countries, no commodity has been tied more closely to national interest than rare earths. We consider how changes in the production of rare earths has affected international relations.
Editor | JP Casey
Writers | Nnamdi Anyadike, Giles Crosse, Dave Keating, Jason Mitchell, Isabeau Van Halm
Magazine Designer | Ashley McPherson
Graphic Designers | Tyrrell Lowe, Anett Arc, Martina Labaiova, Noemi Balint, Will Ingham
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Publisher | Susanne Hauner
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