Borders: A Very Short Introduction: A Very Short Introduction

Borders: A Very Short Introduction

A Very Short Introduction
 
Edition number: 2
Publisher: OUP USA
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ISBN13:9780197549605
ISBN10:0197549608
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:160 pages
Size:174x111x10 mm
Weight:138 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 10 B&W illustrations
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Short description:

This second edition of Borders: A Very Short Introduction challenges the perception of borders as passive lines on a map, revealing them instead to be integral forces in the economic, social, political, and environmental processes that shape our lives.

Long description:
First published in 2012, Borders: A Very Short Introduction began with the premise that "we live in a very bordered world." The intervening decade has witnessed a flurry of events and developments that continue to highlight the centrality of borders in contemporary domestic and international affairs, as well as the interstices between the two, including sudden surges in migrant and refugees flows; renewed emphasis on traditional border security and wall construction; growing tensions concerning maritime sovereignty; rapid advances in cybersecurity, surveillance, and biometrics; expanded detention and deportation infrastructures; proliferation of transborder organizations; revived populist and nationalist sentiments; and protectionist and integrationist trade practices, to name some prominent examples from recent headlines.

This revised edition accounts for recent developments including Brexit, the 2015 migration crisis across Europe, efforts to build a border wall between the US and Mexico, growing isolationist and nativist sentiments, demands for indigenous homelands, transnational protest movements, Russian cross-border incursions, and insurgencies and rebellions across much of North Africa and Southwest Asia.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: A very bordered world
Chapter 2: Borders and territory in the ancient world
Chapter 3: The modern state system
Chapter 4: The practice of bordering
Chapter 5: Border crossers and border crossings
Chapter 6: Cross-border institutions and systems
Chapter 7: A very bordered future
Further Reading
Index