The frontiers of Europe

edited by Malcolm Anderson and Eberhard Bort

The political geography of Europe and the issues confronting the European Union have changed radically since 1989. Understanding the complex nature - legal, political. linguistic and cultural - of international frontiers in Europe is essential to any serious analysis of contemporary politics and government. Employing a multidisciplinary approach, this volume discusses several central issues, including: progress towards a European identity and changes in political identities within the EU; the extent to which the internal frontiers have become different in kind from the external frontiers; and the varying ways in which frontier issues are posed in different parts of the Union. This volume analyzes the consequences of dismantling controls at the internal frontiers and of measures to harden the external frontier.

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  • Part 1 Historical perspectives: the legacy of history - the making of European frontiers. Part 2 Approaches to the study of frontiers: the political science of frontiers
  • anthropological perspectives on frontiers. Part 3 "Difficult" external frontiers: the Mediterranean
  • the eastern frontier
  • the micro-states
  • the Alps-Adriatic triangle
  • the frontiers of Greece. Part 4 Legal and institutional issues: whose responsibilities are frontiers?
  • the European Court of Justice
  • frontiers and immigration. Part 5 Frontiers and security: the relationship of internal and external security
  • a transnational police for Europe. Part 6 Cultures, languages, nations and frontiers: the protection of cultures
  • languages and the European Union
  • Austria - nationalism and the boundaries of identity
  • geopolitics of European frontiers.

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書名 The frontiers of Europe
著作者等 Anderson, Malcolm
Bort, Eberhard
出版元 Pinter
刊行年月 1998
ページ数 x, 260 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 1855674866
NCID BA35889532
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス