|Title||Borderlines and borderlands : Political oddities at the edge of the nation-state|
|Author||edited by Alexander C. Diener and Joshua Hagen|
|Imprint||Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield, 2010|
|Descript||ix, 281p. : ill, maps ; 24 cm|
Introduction: borders, identity, and geopolitics. -- The border enclaves of India and Bangladesh: the forgotten lands. -- The Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan boundary: Stalin's cartography, post-Soviet geography. -- The Wakham corridor: endgame of the great game. -- The caprivi strip of Namibia: shifting sovereignty and the negotiation of boundaries. -- The Renaissance of a border that never died: the green line between Israel and the West Bank. -- Locating Kurdistan: contextualizing the region's ambiguous boundaries. -- Russia's kaliningrad exclave: discontinuity as a threat to sovereignty. -- Defining Liechtenstein: sovereign borders, offshore banking, and national identity. -- Misiones Province, Argentina: how borders shape political identity. -- Point Roberts, Washington: boundary problems of an American exclave. -- Conclusion: borders in a changing global context.
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