4 edition of Borders and border regions in Europe and North America found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Paul Ganster ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||JC323 .B67 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 376 p. :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||2001267963|
Of Cross-Border Regions and Regional Trans-boundary Governance in North America and Europe: Six Border Regions Forms and Functions of Cross-Border Urban Regions North American Functional Regions European Territorial Regions Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly University of Victoria Canada [email protected] Border security has been high on public-policy agendas in Europe and North America since the Septem attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York City and on the headquarters of the American military in Washington DC. Governments are now confronted with managing secure borders, a Author: Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly.
Border-security policies must enable security personnel to identify, or filter out, dangerous individuals and substances from among the millions of travelers and tons of goods that cross borders daily, particularly in large cross-border urban regions. This book addresses this gap between security needs and an understanding of borders and. This distinctive element is characteristic of the models and achievements of cross-border cooperation in Europe and North America. At a time of reflection about the European integration model and its future, it is interesting to investigate the different aspects involved in cross-border cooperation, from a historical perspective projected onto.
African Borders, Conflict, Regional and Continental Integration 1st Edition. Inocent Moyo, Christopher Changwe Nshimbi Ap This book looks at the ways African borders impact war and conflict, as well as the ways continental integration could contribute towards . Even as economic and military walls have come down in the post-Cold War era, states have rapidly built new barriers to prevent a perceived invasion of 'undesirables.' Nowhere is this more dramatically evident than along the geographic fault lines dividing rich from poor countries: especially the southern border of the United States, and the southern and eastern borders of the European Union.
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Borders and border regions in Europe and North America. San Diego, Calif.: San Diego State University Press ; Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias, (OCoLC) A comprehensive analysis by scholars from a number of fields focused on a comparative approach to borders and frontiers.
From the preface: "In June ofa group of scholars from Europe and North and Central America congregated in Berlin in order to attend a three-day conference on issues related to international border regions and transboundary : Paperback.
Border-security policies must enable security personnel to identify, or filter out, dangerous individuals and substances from among the millions of travelers and tons of goods that cross borders daily, particularly in large cross-border urban regions.
This book addresses this gap between security needs and an understanding of borders and Cited by: Book Description: Border security has been high on public-policy agendas in Europe and North America since the Septem attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York City and on the headquarters of the American military in Washington DC.
The boundaries between the continents of Earth are generally a matter of geographical convention. Several slightly different conventions are in use. The number of continents is most commonly considered seven but may range as low as four when the Americas and Afro-Eurasia are each considered a single continent.
An island can be continental, and therefore associated with the continent on the. MPI and MPI Europe experts discuss the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on asylum systems in Europe and North America, as well as in developing regions, where 85 percent of refugees live.
During this freeform conversation, our analysts also assess the implications for the principle of asylum and the future for a post-World War II. A maritime border is a division enclosing an area in the ocean where a nation has exclusive rights over the mineral and biological resources, encompassing maritime features, limits and zones.
Maritime borders represent the jurisdictional borders of a maritime nation and are recognized by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
Maritime borders exist in the context of territorial. Chapter Conclusion: Borders, Borderlands, and Security: European and North American Lessons and Public Policy Suggestions In: Borderlands: Comparing Border Security in North America and Europe [en ligne].
Ottawa: Les Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa | University of Ottawa Press, (généré le 28 avril ).Author: Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly. During the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, Europe’s borders shifted wildly, as empires fragmented, new nations arose and wars were waged.
After and the beginning of the Cold War, a new principle emerged on the Continent. The borders that existed at the end of World War II were deemed sacrosanct, not to be changed. Borders Matter. - Regional Integration in Europe and North America Article (PDF Available) in Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik (5) September with 40 Reads.
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This book holistically explores issues when two entities share a border, such as sovereign countries, dependent states and others, where each seeks to maximize their political and economic interests regardless. Burkina Faso and Benin retain a border dispute at this 68 km 2 triangular area of land near the tripoint border with Togo.
In a meeting, it was declared that the territory was a neutral zone, neither Burkinabé nor Beninese. According to the UN Refugee Agency inthere were issues of children being born stateless in the area, however.
During the coronavirus/Covid crisis, No Borders News encourages readers to seek out international coverage from a range of English-language and multi-lingual sites, including New Politics, Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières, and International Viewpoint who are generously republishing No Borders News translations, posts, and articles in their own ongoing coverage.
This edited volume showcases approaches toward border management in Europe, Central America, and North America, and reflects on the challenges that countries in these regions face in managing their borders.
The book brings together perspectives from both sides of the Atlantic on what border security means in practice, the challenges that. LoveFaye Leaf Style Wallpaper Border Self-Adhesive Wall Covering Borders Kitchen Bathroom Tiles Decor Sticker. The words of support from EU leaders for Greece’s right to protect its borders mean little in this context.
Greece can close its land border with Turkey, but access routes will remain in the Aegean. More importantly, sealing ourselves off from reality cannot be a serious response, especially from a group of nations that pride themselves on.
Then, the fall of the Soviet Union transformed the internal borders of Europe dramatically, moving the Russian border eastward and northward. The Soviet collapse also created eight newly free nations that were Soviet satellites in Central and Eastern Europe and 15 new independent states — including Russia — from the constituent parts of the.
Most of Europe has been closed to foreign visitors since March That's when the member states of the European Union and the Schengen zone (referring to an area in which internal borders have been abolished by agreement) stopped allowing entry to tourists and any other foreigners who aren't medical workers, diplomats, and such.
In an effort to minimize the global pandemic, a total of. Borders and Border Politics in a Globalizing World offers a carefully selected group of readings to enhance student understanding of the complexities of border regions.
The reader brings together key writings on the histories of borders, their social development, their politics, and the daily life that characterizes them.
This article discusses the historiography and methods of historical borderlands research, as well as research trends in this area. The first section describes development in this research area to date, as well as the historiography of borders and border regions, and it argues that the political events of and the significant reorientation in historical studies which followed it.This is an evident starting point also for the book based presentations of the first Berlin BRIT conference, Borders and Border regions in Europe and North America ().
Although the introduction of the book referred to the “global events that were rapidly changing our understanding.