Eurasia Border Review

No.1

Eurasia Border Review Volume 1 No. 1 Spring 2010

Copyright (c) 2010 by the Slavic Research Center( English / Japanese ) All rights reserved.


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Contents

From the Editors preface.pdf
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Part I First Contact: Bringing Together the Worldwide Communities of Border Studies
[Current Trends in Border Analysis]
The State of Borders and Borderlands Studies 2009: A Historical View and a View from the Journal of Borderlands Studies pdf
269KB
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly

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From Post-Modern Visions to Multi-Scale Study of Bordering: Recent Trends in European Study of  Borders and Border Areas
pdf
198KB
Ilkka Liikanen

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[Borders in Practice]
The Scholar-Practitioner Interface in Boundary Studies
pdf
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Martin Pratt

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How to Deal With Border Issues: A Diplomat-Practitioner's Perspective
pdf
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Masataka Okano

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Part II Voices of the Borderlands
[Targeting the Heart of Eurasia]
Border Politics in South Asia: A Case Study of India, Pakistan and Afghanistan
pdf
1,006KB
Mushtaq A. Kaw

49

Special Status of Tribal Areas (FATA): An Artificial Imperial Construct Bleeding Asia
pdf
212KB
Sarfraz Khan

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Areas between Afghanistan and Pakistan and the Present Turmoil
pdf
184KB
A. Ghafoor Liwal

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[View from the Russian Far East]
Global and Regional Dimensions of China’s Policy toward the U.S.
pdf
534KB
Oleg A. Timofeev

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Instructions for Authors
pdf
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