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Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics, Activists, Alliances, and Anti-U.S. Base Protests
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written by Andrew Yeo, fl. 2008, in Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2011, originally published 2011), 242 page(s)
This book examines the impact of anti-base movements on politics, and the role bilateral alliance relationships play in shaping movement outcomes. The author's findings are drawn from field research and interviews with activists, politicians, policy makers and US base officials in the Philippines, Japan (Okinawa),...
written by Andrew Yeo, fl. 2008, in Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2011, originally published 2011), 242 page(s)
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The European Union and Border Conflicts: The Power of Integration and Association
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edited by Stephan Stetter, fl. 2000, Mathias Albert, fl. 2006 and Thomas Diez, 1970- (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2008, originally published 2008), 280 page(s)
It is generally assumed that regional integration leads to stability and peace. This book is a systematic study of the impact of European integration on the transformation of border conflicts. It provides a theoretical framework centred on four 'pathways' of impact and applies them to five cases of border conflict...
edited by Stephan Stetter, fl. 2000, Mathias Albert, fl. 2006 and Thomas Diez, 1970- (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2008, originally published 2008), 280 page(s)
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France's Overseas Frontier: Départements et territoires d'outre-mer
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written by John Connell, fl. 2002 and Robert Aldrich, 1954- (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2006, originally published 1992), 370 page(s)
This is a full-length study in English of the 'confetti of empire', the former French colonies which have not gained their independence but remain part of France as the departements et territoires d'outre-mer (DOM-TOMs). More recent French governments have shown a determination to retain these possessions, despite...
written by John Connell, fl. 2002 and Robert Aldrich, 1954- (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2006, originally published 1992), 370 page(s)
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The Ottoman-Iranian Borderlands: Making a Boundary, 1843-1914
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written by Sabri Ates, fl. 2006 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2013, originally published 2013), 374 page(s)
Using a plethora of hitherto unused and underutilized sources from the Ottoman, British, and Iranian archives, The Ottoman-Iranian Borderlands (1843–1914) traces seven decades of intermittent work by Russian, British, Ottoman, and Iranian technical and diplomatic teams to turn an ill-defined and highly porous ar...
written by Sabri Ates, fl. 2006 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2013, originally published 2013), 374 page(s)
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The Struggle for the Eurasian Borderlands: From the Rise of Early Modern Empires to the End of the First World War
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written by Alfred J. Rieber, 1931- (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2014, originally published 2014), 652 page(s)
This book explores the Eurasian borderlands as contested “shatter zones” which have generated some of the world’s most significant conflicts. Analyzing the struggles of the Habsburg, Russian, Ottoman, Iranian, and Qing empires, Alfred J. Rieber surveys the period from the rise of the great multicultural, con...
written by Alfred J. Rieber, 1931- (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2014, originally published 2014), 652 page(s)
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