By Tone Bringa,Hege Toje
This booklet examines altering and rising country and state-like borders within the post-Soviet house within the many years following nation cave in. This booklet argues border-making is not just approximately states’ actual marking of territory and claims to sovereignty but in addition approximately people’s spatial practices over the years. with the intention to illustrate how borders happen and are maintained, this ebook seems to be at border groups at inner, open administrative borders and borders within the making, in addition to bodily demarcated overseas kingdom borders. This publication additionally will pay realization to either the spatial and temporal points of borders and the interaction among obstacles and borders through the years and therefore identifies a number of the approaches at play as house is territorialized in Eurasia within the aftermath of country collapse.
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Eurasian Borderlands: Spatializing Borders in the Aftermath of State Collapse (Approaches to Social Inequality and Difference) by Tone Bringa,Hege Toje