Vol 23, No 3 (2008)

'Rarely Studied Borderlands'

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Table of Contents

Articles

Special Issue: 'Rarely Studied Borderlands' PDF
Donald Alper, Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly 1-5
The Border Region of North Santander (Colombia)-Táchira (Venezuela): The Border Without Walls PDF
Ana Marleny Bustamante 7-18
New Neighbourhood and Cross-Border Region-Building: Identity Politics of CBC on the Finnish-Russian Border PDF
Ilkka Liikanen 19-38
'Not Our Borders': Indigenous People and the Struggle to Maintain Shared Cultures and Polities int he Post-9/11 United States PDF
Sara Singleton 39-54
New Approach in Border Studies: The Need for Re-Thinking the European-African Borderland Through the Case of the EU-SADC Relationship and the Caprivi Strip PDF
Chiara Brambilla 55-68
Border Dynamics in Eurasia: Sino-Soviet Border Disputes and the Aftermath PDF
Akihiro Iwashita 69-81
Re-Negotiating Europe's Identity: The European Neighbourhood Policy as a Form of Differentiation PDF
Pertti Joenniemi 83-94
Security Governance in the Largest Border-Metropolis of the Schengen Area: The Lille 'Eurodistrict' Case Study PDF
Bertrand Wert 95-108

Book Reviews

Landscapes of Fraud: Mission Tumacácori, the Baca Float, and the Betrayal of the O'odham by Thomas E. Sheridan, 2008.
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Adrian X. Esparza 109-110
Migration Without Borders: Essays on the Free Movement of People edited by Antoine Pécoud and Paul de Guchteneire, 2007.
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Oliver Schmidtke 111-112
Políticas: Latina Public Officials in Texas by Sonia R. García, Valerie Martinez-Ebers, Irasema Coronado, Sharon A. Navarro and Patricia A. Jaramillo, 2008.
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Janni Aragon 113-115


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