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Borders in the Baltic Sea Region : suturing the ruptures
Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année copyright 2017
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Borders in the Baltic Sea Region : suturing the ruptures
1 vol. (xiii-271 pages) ; 22 cm
Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
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Introduction: The Baltic Sea Region—scars, seams and stitches / Makarychev, Andrey (et al.) ; The Baltic Sea Region: practicing security at the overlap of the European and the Post-Soviet society of states / Linsenmaier, Thomas ; The Baltic Sea Region: from a hinge between russia and the West to a rhizomatic information channel / Huhtinen, Aki-Mauri ; Security dynamics in the Baltic Sea Region before and after the Ukraine crisis / Kropatcheva, Elena ; Baltic Sea Region-building: an impossibility, or an inability to finish? / Jakniūnaitė, Dovilė (et al.) ; When left and right is a matter of identity: overlapping political dimensions in Estonia and Latvia / Duvold, Kjetil ; Russian speakers in Estonia: legal, (bio)political and security insights / Hoffmann, Thomas (et al.) ; The Baltic Region and Central Asia: what does it take to make a region? A critical perspective / Vishnevskaya, Anastasia ; Shaping the Estonian: national identity in films, arts and song / Yatsyk, Alexandra ; The “Russian World” and the securitization of identity boundaries in Latvia / Kachuyevski, Angela ; (Re)drawing boundaries: Russia and the Baltic States / Gaufman, Elizaveta
"This book focuses on the recent political trajectories within the Baltic Sea Region from one of the success stories of regionalism in Europe to a potential area of military confrontation between Russia and NATO. The authors closely examine the following issues: new security challenges for the region stemming from Russia’s staunch anti-EU and anti-NATO polices, institutions and practices of multi-level governance in the region, and different cultural strategies that regional actors employ. The common threads of this innovative volume are issues of changing borders and boundaries in the region, and logics of inclusion and exclusion that shape its political contours. From diverse disciplinary and methodological positions the authors explain policies of specific Baltic Sea states, as well as structural matters that make them a region" (ed.)
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