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Cross-Border Cooperation as Conflict Transformation
Cross-Border Cooperation as Conflict Transformation
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Cross-Border Cooperation as Conflict Transformation

Promises and Limitations in EU Peacebuilding
Maria-Adriana Deiana, Milena Komarova, Cathal McCall
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Cross-Border Cooperation as Conflict Transformation

Promises and Limitations in EU Peacebuilding
Maria-Adriana Deiana, Milena Komarova, Cathal McCall
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Has European integration helped to build peace in Europe and its neighbourhood? The book addresses this question through theoretically and empirically informed case studies that explore the successes of, and the challenges to EU cross-border cooperation as a tool for conflict transformation.

Conceptually, the contributors link the question of transforming conflict to changing understandings of borders and bordering. Empirically, the contributions represent case studies of practices and discourses of EU-sponsored cross-border cooperation, and challenges to it. The case studies encompass the multiple geographical perspectives of the EU internal boundaries, its (sometimes disputed) external borders, and borders involving third countries. From a thematic point of view, the collection focuses on the intersection of two levels at which bordering processes unfold and are enacted: the level of governance, devolution and international intervention and that of grass roots or civil society efforts, including cultural cooperation and artistic production. The collection thus offers a kaleidoscopic view of border politics and conflict that zooms in and out of the EU frontiers and their geopolitics of peacebuilding, security and cooperation.

The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of the journal Geopolitics.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2022
ISBN
9781000546361
Topic
Politics & International Relations
Subtopic
Politics
Edition
1

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