Vol 23, No 1 (2008)

Structures and Narratives of Border Change: Perspectives from North America, Europe and the Middle East

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Table of Contents

Articles

Structures and Narratives of Border Change: Perspectives from North America, Europe and the Middle East PDF
Seán L’Estrange, Liam O'Dowd 1-12
'Routinizing' Cooperation and Changing Narratives: The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America PDF
Jason Ackleson, Justin Kastner 13-30
U.S. Hegemony in the 21st Century: Cuba's Place in the Regionalizing Geopolitics of North America and Caribbean Countries PDF
Heather N. Nicol 31-52
Re-Making of Europe's Borders Through the European Neighbourhood Policy PDF
Bohdana Dimitrovova 53-68
A Borderless Region? (Nazi-)German Westforschung and the German-Dutch-Belgian Borderland PDF
Ad Knotter 69-84
From Imposed Ceasefire Line to International Border: The Issue of the Green Line Between Palestine and Israel PDF
Rassem Khamaisi 85-102

Book Reviews

Women and Change at the U.S.-Mexico Border edited by Doreen J. Mattingly and Ellen R. Hansen, 2006.
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Doris Wastl-Walter 103-104
BORDERLANDS: Comparing Border Security in North America and Europe edited by Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, 2007.
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Ed Williams 105-106
Permeable Borders: The Great Lakes Basin as Transnational Region, 1650-1990 by John J. Bukowczyk, Nora Faires, David R. Smith and Randy William Widdis, 2005.
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Heather Nicol 107-109


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