Vol 19, No 1 (2004)

The Canadian-American Border: Toward a Transparent Border?

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Toward a Model of Border Studies: What Do We Learn from the Study of the Canadian-American Border? PDF
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly 1-12

Articles

Imposing the Border: The Detroit River from 1786 to 1807 PDF
Lisa Philips Valentine, Allan K. McDougall 13-22
Sovereign Survival: Borders as Issues PDF
Allan K. McDougall, Lisa Philips Valentine 23-35
Economic Integration and Cross-Border Policy Convergence: Social and Environmental Policy in Canadian Provinces and American States PDF
Debora L. VanNijnatten, Gerard W. Boychuk 37-58
Cascadia: The (Re)Construction of a Bi-National Space and Its Residents PDF
Signe Marie Cold-Ravnkilde, Jaidev Singh, Robert G. Lee 59-77
Emerging Collaborative Frameworks for Environmental Governance in the Georgia Basin-Puget Sound Ecosystem PDF
Donald K. Alper 79-98
Transborder Cascadia: Opportunities and Obstacles PDF
Patrick J. Smith 99-121
NAFTA, Economic Integration, and the Canadian-American Security Regime in the Post-September 11, 2001 Era: Multi-Level Governance and Transparent Border? PDF
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly 123-142
The North American Border Cooperation Model: Local Challenges for a Security Agenda PDF
Manuel Chavez 143-161


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