Vol 20, No 2 (2005)

Borders for a New Europe: Between History and New Challenges

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Table of Contents


Borders for a New Europe: Between History and New Challenges PDF
Ed Williams, Martin van der Velde 1-11


New Departures on the EU-Russian Border? Assessing Discourses and Policy Practices PDF
Vadim Kononenko 13-29
A Vision of a Twin City: Exploring the Only Case of Adjacent Urban Settlements at the Finnish-Russian Border PDF
Heikki Eskelinen, Juha Kotilainen 31-46
Bridge or Iron Curtain? Local Hungarian and Ukrainian Perceptions of a New European Union Border PDF
Istvan Blacsok, Laszlo Dancs, Gabor Koncz 47-66
A Border Regions Typology in the Enlarged European Union PDF
Lefteris Topaloglou, Dimitris Kallioras, Panos Manetos, George Petrakos 67-89
Bordering Labor Migration from New EU Member States: Socio-Spatial Exclusion and the 'Orderly' Geometrics of Migration Forecasts PDF
Roos Pijpers 91-107
To Be or Not To Be a Part of Europe: Appropriations of the Symbolic Borders of Europe in Slovenia PDF
Sabina Mihelj 109-128

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