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New borders for a changing Europe

cross-border cooperation and governance

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Published by F. Cass in London, Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe,
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • European Union.,
    • Territory, National -- Europe.,
    • Post-communism -- Europe.,
    • National security -- Europe.,
    • Europe -- Boundaries.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementeditors, James Anderson, Liam O"Dowd, Thomas M. Wilson.
      SeriesThe Cass series in regional and federal studies,
      ContributionsAnderson, James., O"Dowd, Liam., Wilson, Thomas M., 1951-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD1058 .N398 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination208 p. :
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3578093M
      ISBN 10071465423X, 0714683485
      LC Control Number2002155585

      Far from having disappeared, contemporary borders have become more selective and have adapted to the globalized flows by being more and more sophisticated from a technological and administrative point of view. For more information or to contact an Oxford Sales Representative click here. It led to internal and external transformations, geopolitical shifts and reorientation1. Danzig and Saarland fall under the control of the League of Nations. After tracing the historical development of borders from Antiquity through the emergence of the modern nation-state system, the book outlines the contours of modern border studies in terms of theoretical perspectives and topical coverage. However, only a handful of nations have deregulated open borders with other nations, an example of this being European countries under the Schengen Agreement.

      As is well known, such a global and concerted collaboration is still missing and most of the attempts to tackle the roots of terrorism have been based on unilateral efforts. A DMZ can act as a war boundary, ceasefire line, wildlife preserveor a de facto international border. A century ago at the beginning of the First World War, the maps of Europe, Asia and Africa looked much different than they do today. It is one of the few places on Earth where an international boundary can be seen at night. Israelis abandoned those settlements in August see " Trouble in Gaza ,". How the States Got Their Shapes.

      Dittgen argues that whilst the military role of borders is diminishing, their ideological and social-psychological function remains considerable With the creation of Germany inthe old balance of power involving France, a rump Brandenburg-Prussia, Austria-Hungary, and Russia was replaced by a new system. Borders, Nations and States: Frontiers of sovereignty in the new Europe. Existing political borders are often a formalization of such historical, natural obstacles.


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On the other hand the need to identify people and activities that are allowed to cross national borders has led to an increasing securitization of the periphery of large regional blocs by means of physical or administrative barriers. Similarly, states assert that their sovereignty cannot be delegated to other actors but at the same time they rely increasing on a privatization of border control.

The manifestation of this theory was the strengthening of all of France's neighbors in an attempt to plug up a previously porous border. The peace lasted merely a couple of decades and a new conflict was already brewing. Central Europe goes through seemingly endless change, as regional and national borders shift.

This balance of power program is best illustrated in Europe's relations with the so-called "sick man of Europe", or the Ottoman Empire. Borders exist not on the edge of the territory of the state, but in numerous points within and beyond it. By the turn of the 20th century, border studies could justifiably claim to be experiencing a renaissance.

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The logic was quite simple: if the countries around France are strong enough, their strength will balance out the potential military might of Paris and prevent further French aggression.

Bellier and Wilson similarly describe the EU both as an object, as a set of institutions, and as a political project, concerned with the production of a European identity2. Dittgen argues that whilst the military role of borders is diminishing, their ideological and social-psychological function remains considerable The single European act in paved the direction for EU integration, establishing the single European market and the free movement of goods, services, people and capital Neuwahl Most Industrialized nations have regulations on entry and require one or more of the following procedures: visa check, passport check or customs checks.

Border art can be defined as an art that is created in reference to any number of physical or imagined boundaries.

The terms EU and Europe are confounded in much political discourse and academic literature eg: Featherstone and Radaelli Regional Integration and Social Cohesion 9.

The book then addresses how borders were conceived in the European history before tackling the main issues related to borders in an era of globalization. In order to reconcile mobility and security, debordering and rebordering processes have been implemented by most of the developed countries and their surrounding partners since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Wastl-Walter, Doris, ed.

Borders in a changing Europe: an analysis of recent trends

They may cross borders of traditional art-making through performance, video, or a combination of mediums. Efforts to bring about a lasting peace have failed. Euroregions are similar official structures built around commuting across boundary.

In Europethe European Union provides financial support to cross-border regions via its Interreg programme. Despite the diversity of approaches, the contributions argue that examinations of power relationships constitute a common core of border studies and theory.

Other territories of the former Monarchy were additionally awarded to ItalyPolandRomania and the newly formed Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

In addition to incorporating the Kresy territories, the Soviet Union also annexed the Baltic statesCarpathian Ruthenia from Czechoslovakia, and BessarabiaHertzaand part of Bukovina from Romania.

Russia recognizes the independence of Finlanddeclared in Soviet Russia invades and occupies Armenia. Overall border regulations are placed by national and local governments and can vary depending on nation and current political or economic conditions.

Smuggling provides a classic case; contrariwise, a border region may flourish on the provision of excise or of import — export services — legal or quasi-legal, corrupt or legitimate. With new players in the game of European geopolitics, the old logic did not hold: though Europe failed to react.

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page. Lakes : larger lakes create natural borders.Makes me shudder a little at how fragile Europe can seem in just one millenium. Even taking just the last years into account. The tensions around Russia's claims over Crimea are a good case-study for border changes today.

Aug 02,  · The "deepening and widening" of the EU has thrown its changing internal and external borders into sharp relief. This work demonstrates that borders are key spaces within which issues such as identity, memory and trust, and communication between Cited by: Jan 05,  · In a time of the new European nationalism, of razor-wire fences and renewed border controls, of mass immigration and homegrown terror, of fear.

Changing country borders. Country boundaries change often. Gapminder shows the world history as if all countries of today had always existed and as if they always had the borders they have today. This is absolutely wrong, but it’s necessary to make the animations easier to understand.

Dec 01,  · • The Franco-Italian border is very slightly off, as Italy in should include some minor areas of France. ——— RELATED VIDEOS Changing the Map of Europe Back to Between East and West is a superb history book. Meticulously researched and beautifully written, it tells of a journey the author made from the Baltic to the Black Sea shortly after the collapse of communism in Europe /5.