Eurasia Border Review
Copyright (c) 2012 by the Slavic Research Center( English / Japanese ) All rights reserved.
The Eurasia Border Review (hereinafter referred to as “EBR”) is a peer-reviewed, semi-annually published periodical of the Global Center of Excellence Program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies” at the Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University. The EBR is committed to publish in-depth scholarly research for a diverse audience of scholars, practitioners and policy decision-makers and welcomes original manuscript submissions from all social sciences and humanities disciplines that focus on border or borderland issues in the wider Eurasian region. In order to assure the publication of original works, authors are kindly asked not to submit manuscripts that are currently under review for other journals.
|Table of Contents|
|Afghan-Pakistan Border Rules: The U.S. Role||Richard Weitz|
|China's Territorial Claims at Sea: The East China and South China Sea (Part I)||Koichi Sato|
|The Making of a Barrier between Two Worlds: Finnicization on the Finno-Russian Border in the 1910s-20s||Maria Lähteenmäki|
|Border Paradox: Striking a Balance between Access and Control in Asymmetrical Border Settings||Jussi Laine|
|Border Puzzle: The Results of Disintegration and EU Integration Processes on the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia||Anton Gosar|
|Border Theories and the Realities of Daily Public Exchanges in North America||Manuel Chavez|
|Boring European Borders?! Integration and Mobility across Borders||Martin van der Velde|
|Snježana Kordić, Jezik i nacionalizam [Language and Nationalism] (Ser: Rotulus/Universitas), Durieux: Zagreb, Croatia: 2010, ISBN :978-953-188-311-5||Tomasz Kamusella|
When Empire Comes Home: Repatriation and Reintegration in Postwar
Japan, Harvard University Asia Center: Cambridge, Mass: 2009, ISBN 978-0-674-03342-9||Jonathan Bull|
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