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Baltic-Black Sea regionalisms : patchworks and networks at Europe's Eastern margins

Author: Olga Bogdanova; A S Makarychev
Publisher: Cham : Springer, ©2020.
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This edited volume focuses on various forms of regionalism and neighborhoods in the Baltic-Black Sea area. In the light of current reshaping of borderlands and new geopolitical and military confrontations in Europe's eastern margins, such as the annexation of Crimea and the war in Donbas, this book analyzes different types and modalities of regional integration and region-making from a comparative perspective. It  Read more...
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Bogdanova, Olga.
Baltic-Black Sea Regionalisms : Patchworks and Networks at Europe's Eastern Margins.
Cham : Springer, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Olga Bogdanova; A S Makarychev
ISBN: 303024878X 9783030248789
OCLC Number: 1122462263
Notes: 7 The Baltic World and Beyond: The View of the Baltic Presidents
Description: 1 online resource (240 pages)
Contents: Intro; Contents; 1 Introduction: From Sea to Sea and Back: Multi-directional Regionalism in Search of a Name; Abstract; References; Theories, Vocabularies, Concepts; 2 Border Processes in Contemporary Baltic-Black Sea Region: Between (Re)Bordering and Debordering; Abstract; Introduction; Theoretical Settings; The Baltic-Black Sea Region-Toward a Conceptualization; Construction of the Baltic-Black Sea Region; Critical Approach-Toward a New Understanding; Spatial Dynamism in the Baltic-Black Sea Region; Debordering in the Region; (Re)Bordering in the Region; Functional Rebordering Symbolic ReborderingMilitary Rebordering; Conclusions; References; 3 Ethnopolitics Across Central and Eastern Europe in a State of Flux: Time for Updating and Upgrading?; Abstract; Introduction; The Ethnosymbolic Approach: The Nation as a Socio-psychological Phenomenon; Between Triadic and Quadratic Configurations of Ethnopolitics; From the Theory to Practice: The 1990s; From the Theory to Practice: Contemporary Cases; New Actors Enter the Fore: The Populist and Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe; In Lieu of a Conclusion; References 4 The Biopolitics of National Belonging in the Baltic-Black Sea RegionAbstract; Introduction; Toward Post-liberal Biopolitics: A Theoretical Chart; Regionalism and Biopolitics: The Baltic-Black Sea Liaison; Memories of the Past: Between Bio- and Necro-Politics; The Biopolitical Transmutations of Post-colonial Discourse; Conclusions; References; 5 Cultural Diversity in the Area Between the Black and Baltic Seas: A Tentative Approach; Abstract; Introduction: A Phantom Region of Intermarium; Texture of Cultural Diversity Between the Baltic and Black Seas: Voids Filled and Voids Gaping East-Central European Contexts of Engagement with Urban Diversity: The Cases of Lviv, Chernivtsi, Chisinau, and WrocławLeopolis/Lwów/Lemberg/Lembrik/Lvov/Lviv: Always Faithful, Always Volatile; Cernăuţi/Czernowitz/Chernivtsi/Chernovtsy: The Habsburg Arcadia and a Soviet 'Singing Land'; Chişinău/Kishinyov: The Swings of East-European Multiculture Writ Small; Vratislavia/Breslau/Wrocław: From a 'Bastion of the German East' to the 'European Meeting Place'; East-Central European Borderlands as a Cluster of Regional Distinctions, Banal Cosmopolitanism and Urban Myths Recollecting the Bygone Urban Diversity: Performative Memories, Postmemory and Prosthetic Memory in WorkConclusions: Dealing with Cultural Diversity of the Region After 1989: Transformations Versus Business as Usual; References; 6 The Baltic-Black Sea Region in Great Powers' Relations: The Hard Power Aspect; Abstract; Introduction; Russia's Coercive Actions; The USA and NATO Response; Enhanced Foreign Presence Battalions in BBSR; European Missile Defense; Air Defense Enhancement; The INF Issue; Consequences; References; Trans-national Worlds and Spaces
Responsibility: Olga Bogdanova, Andrey Makarychev, editors.

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This edited volume focuses on various forms of regionalism and neighborhoods in the Baltic-Black Sea area. In the light of current reshaping of borderlands and new geopolitical and military confrontations in Europe's eastern margins, such as the annexation of Crimea and the war in Donbas, this book analyzes different types and modalities of regional integration and region-making from a comparative perspective. It conceptualizes cooperative and conflictual encounters as a series of networks and patchworks that differently link and relate major actors to each other and thus shape these interconnections as domains of inclusion and exclusion, bordering and debordering, securitization and desecuritization. This peculiar combination of geopolitics, ethnopolitics and biopolitics makes the Baltic-Black Sea trans-national region a source of inspiring policy practices, and, in the light of new security risks, a matter of increased concern all over Europe. The contributors from various disciplines cover topics such as cultural and civilizational spaces of belonging and identity politics, the rise of right-wing populism, region building under the condition of multiple security pressures, and the influence and regional strategies of different external powers, including the EU, Russia, and Turkey, on cross- and trans-regional relations in the area.

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