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  • Border and border region : theoretical aspects, identification and determination
  • The influence of border on the regional development of a border region. Criteria how to determine a border region. The regional research must respect several differential aspects when studying borders and borders region. - (MS)
  • Jean Borde: 1921-1977
  • Biographie ; Borde (J.), (1921-1977) ; Histoire de la géographie
  • Urbanization in a border region: a case study of India's border districts adjoining Pakistan
  • Global borders. Theme issue
  • The idea of global borders remains undertheorized and has hardly progressed beyond superficial description, geopolitical cliché, or advertising slogan. Questions about the nature and dynamics of these global borders, their histories and evolution
  • , and to what extent and in what ways they might differ from other borders are rarely asked. The term global borders indicates the need to explore the impact of globalisation on borders. It represents an opportunity to think about borders, and the nature
  • and function of borders and bordering.
  • Mapping Schengenland : denaturalizing the border
  • The A. examines the reorganization of border controls associated with the Schengen process in the European Union and some of its close neighbours. He interprets Schengen as a political moment for genealogical reflection and analysis. It is analyzed
  • in terms of three trajectories, each of which allowing to denaturalize certain key aspects of the border, such as identity, function, rationality, and contingency. It is theorized in relation to the geopolitical border, the national border
  • , and the biopolitical border.
  • Changes in the role and permeability of Polish borders
  • Economic flow ; Economic integration ; Frontier ; Poland ; Traffic ; Trans-border area
  • The degree of openness of Poland's borders has changed fundamentally in the last seven years, as the intensity of the traffic crossing them. The aim of this study is to define the degree of advancement of the process of functional change on Poland's
  • borders as a whole, and in reference to the sections of border with particular neigjbours. It is found that, in the 1990-96 period, the highest places were mostly taken by the German border, while the border with the Kaliningrad District was consistently
  • the worst on average. The border improving its position as regards permeability to the greatest degree was that with Lituania. - (BJ)
  • Le Professeur François Bordes. Commemorazione e elenco publicazioni
  • Biobibliographie ; Biographie ; Bordes (F.), (1919-1981) ; Histoire de la géographie ; Préhistoire
  • Jean Borde (1921-1977)
  • (1921-1977) ; Andes ; Biographie ; Borde (Jean) ; Chili ; Géomorphologie ; Histoire de la géographie
  • Afghan/Pakistan border disputes
  • “Where is the border?” Villagers, environmental consultants and the ‘work’ of the Thai–Burma border
  • Burma ; Community ; Dam ; Frontier ; Knowledge ; Marginality ; Political geography ; Thailand ; Trans-border area
  • This article examines how Thai–Burma border residents are enrolled and engaged in remaking the political border through their knowledge practices and performances, in connection with other actors including environmental consultants. While it puts
  • forth the notion that the border represents an important site and process of struggle and negotiation in which marginalized communities invest, it also questions the assumption that because residents are engaged in remaking the border, the border
  • is necessarily more ‘democratic’. The discussion presented here also speak to broader debates in political geography about how borders are remade through practice and performance.
  • Croatia ; Frontier ; Impact ; National minority ; Political geography ; Slovenia ; Trans-border cooperation
  • The paper discusses the impact of the international border established in 1991 on cross-border cooperation. It focusses on the impact of the Agreement between the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Croatia on Border Traffic and Cooperation
  • (SOPS) and introduction of the Schengen Agreement as a result of Slovene accession to the EU. The paper highlights the effect of the border on local population. It uses a number of interviews to present the people's attitude to the new realities
  • of the border while at the same time determining the impact of the border on local development and the organisation of Italian national minority in Istria. In conclusion, the paper outlines the three areas formed along the border with regard to the changes
  • in the intensity of cross-border cooperation and the related local development. Finally, the paper attempts to indicate the future development of the area in the context of cross-border cooperation along the EU's external border. - (IKR)
  • The German-Polish Border Region from a German Perspective - quo vadis ?
  • Demography ; Education ; Employment ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Germany ; History ; Poland ; Trans-border area ; Transport
  • Cross-border relations between Germany and Poland should not be considered without taking into account the special history of their mutual border, even in 2007. The paper deals with co-operations and links in the border region, and the select
  • structural aspects in the border region, for example demography, employment market, transport infrastructure and education and training. - (IfL)
  • Stories of the boring border : the dutch-German borderscape in people's minds
  • Behaviour ; Discourse ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Germany ; Identity ; Mental image ; Netherlands (The) ; Perception ; Trans-border cooperation
  • This book examines the open Dutch-German border and people's everyday practices in relation to this border within the context of Dutch-German relations and the process of European integration. It concentrates on people's perceptions of the border
  • and people's practices of crossing it - or not. The work also introduces new methodologies and forms of border research, e.g. on borders in people's minds, which are concerned with the construction of bordered spaces and the performed manners of nationalised
  • daily routine. In this context, borders are framed as constructed by narratives and images, but also as representations themselves - as part of popular imaginations. - (L'A.).
  • Nordic cross-border cooperation - Are experiences transferable to East Central Europe ?
  • Central Europe ; Eastern Europe ; Europe ; International relations ; Regional policy ; Scandinavia ; Trans-border cooperation
  • The Nordic cross-border cooperation has long traditions, and do mostly stem from below. Different voluntary associations did take the first step to cooperate and make the cross-border cooperation work. Today nine organisations are funded partly from
  • the Nordic Council of Ministers, aiming at eliminating the negative of the national borders dividing the Nordic areas into eight countries and territories, and at developing the cross-border regions. The Nordic cross-border programme regions differ widely
  • from one another and are faced with very different cross-border obstacles and challenges. There are essentially two types of cross-border regions : we find examples of small, compact and relatively densely populated regions and of large geographical
  • Boden und Relief der Warburger Borde und ihrer Umrahmung. (Sols et relief du Warburger Borde et de ses bordures)
  • Allemagne de l'Ouest ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géomorphogenèse ; Nordrhein-Westfalen ; Paysage ; Périglaciaire ; Quaternaire zones moyennes ; Sol ; Warburger Borde
  • Free zones on the EU borders as the response on reduction of daily commuting through the southern EU border
  • migration in Slovenia and very low population territorial mobility across the Southern border, which got the Characteristics of Schengen border. The paper gives the forecast of daily commuting across the border and migrations of population on the border also
  • of waiting lines on the border crossings is used for forecasts of migrations and daily commuting. - (BJ).
  • Theoretical preconditions versus the real existence of cross-border relations in the Slovak-Czech borderland
  • Czech Republic ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Hinterland ; Labour migration ; Regionalization ; Slovak Republic ; Theory ; Trans-border cooperation
  • The submitted article deals with a comparison of theoretical preconditions and cross-border relations in the Slovak-Czech. For a partial analysis of theoretical preconditions for cross-border relations, two basic indicators have been selected
  • - transport communication through the border crossings and the settlement hinterland of the border region. For an analysis of the real existence of cross-border relations, the most important indicator is that of labour migration across the borderline. We try
  • to present a final regionalisation of the Slovak part of the Slovak-Czech borderland synthesising the studied theoretical preconditions for and the real existence of cross-border relations. - (BJ)
  • Neoliberalizing border management in Finland and Schengen
  • This paper provides a critical examination of the development of border management in Finland and the Schengen Area throug the case of the Finnish Border Guard service. This paper emphasizes that the rationales of border management should be made
  • transparent and opened for public debate. The analysis is structured around the themes of internationalization, competitiveness, risk prevention and the functioning of society, all of which are regarded as the key rationales of neoliberalized border governance.
  • Barrier effect and cross-border cooperation. The Sweden-Norway INTERREG–A territorial effects
  • Barrier effect ; Frontier ; Norway ; Partnership ; Project ; Sweden ; Trans-border cooperation
  • This article intends to shed some light on the progress of the cross border cooperation in the swedish Norwegian border region, and the territorial effects of the Interreg A programme in the reduction of the barrier effect along the border in five
  • Europe ; European Union ; Frontier ; Nation-state ; Political geography ; Regional identity ; Trans-border cooperation
  • The article deals with cross-border cooperation, the border regions, the European Union, the Nation state, the linear border and the regional identity. This paper describes the leave from the border line and the leave from mental homogenization
  • and about the actual European regional policy of close to the border bonding” of member states. - (IfL)