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Border politics : defining spaces of governance and forms of transgressions

Author: Cengiz Günay; Nina Witjes
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
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In the light of mass migration, the rise of nationalism and the resurgence of global terrorism, this timely volume brings the debate on border protection, security and control to the centre stage of international relations research. Rather than analysing borders as mere lines of territorial demarcation in a geopolitical sense, it sheds new light on their changing role in defining and negotiating identity, authority,  Read more...
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Border politics.
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
(OCoLC)957532460
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cengiz Günay; Nina Witjes
ISBN: 9783319468556 3319468553
OCLC Number: 966375988
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors and Contributors; Introduction; References; Part I: Borders: Lines of Conflict and Identity Formation; Changing Modalities of Power in the Twenty-First Century; 1 Introduction; 2 Borders, Nationalism, and the Political Modalities of Sovereignty; 3 Russia and Ukraine; 4 The South China Sea; 5 Islamic State; 6 The Refugee Crisis in Europe; 7 Conclusion; References; Border Disputes Through Ill-Defined Borders: Maritime Territorial Conflicts and Their Impact on Security; 1 Introduction; 2 The Characteristics of Borders, Territories and Sovereignty on Sea. 2.1 General Definitions of Borders, Territories and Sovereignty2.2 Maritime Delimitation According to UNCLOS; 3 Maritime Conflict, the Impact of UNCLOS and the Roles of Institutions; 4 Case Studies; 4.1 The South China Sea; 4.2 The Case of the Arctic Sea; 5 Conclusion; References; Border (Power) Politics Reborn in the Refugee Crisis: Contested Lines of Demarcation and the Re-emergence of Identity Conflict ... ; 1 Introduction; 2 Background: Roots and Persistence of Ethno-nationalism and Border (Power) Politics in the Balkans. 3 Conceptualizing Nationalism and Border (Power) Politics in South Eastern Europe: Relational Framing and Creation of `Groupne ... 4 The Refugee Crisis and Conflict Between Croatia and Serbia; 5 Conclusion: The Refugee Crisis as a Crystallization Point for a New Kind of Nationalist Border (Power) Politics in the Weste ... ; References; Part II: Practices of Border Crossing and Border Making; Reframing Migrant Smuggling as a Form of Knowledge: A View from the US-Mexico Border; 1 Introduction: The Border; 2 Human Smuggling: A Definition. 3 Towards Theorizing Irregular Migration Facilitation from the Margins4 Researching Smuggling on the US Mexico Border; 5 Smuggling as Community; 6 Discussion and Conclusion: Smuggling Strategies as a Form of Knowledge; References; Humanitarian Borderwork; 1 Introduction; 2 Humanitarianism and Borderwork; 3 Categories of Life and the Production of Borders; 4 Search and Rescue Operations: Border Policing, Saving Lives and the Expansion of European Space; 5 Spaces of Transit: Policing People on the Move and Humanitarian Borderscapes; 6 Conclusion; References; Part III: European Border Politics. The Politics of Digital Borders1 Introduction; 2 States Border Populations; 2.1 The Border as a Categorizing Institution; 2.2 The Securitization of Borders/the Autonomy of Migration; 2.3 The Co-production of Digital Borders; 3 ICT Systems in the European Border Regime; 4 Technology and Extra-territorialization; 5 Mobility, Security, Smart Borders; 5.1 Smart Borders: Is IT All About Moving?; 5.2 Filtering Mobility for a Secure Environment; 6 Identification and Informatization: Acting at a Distance on Data Subjects; 6.1 The `Data Subjects;́ 6.2 Creating Immutable Mobiles; 7 Conclusion.
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