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Selected articles and books


Andersen, D. J., Pedersen, R. E. (2020) (Un) familiarity in mobility practices: Contemporary and historic experiences from Schleswig and former Yugoslavia. In The Historical Evolution of Regionalizing Identities in Europe. Peter Lang: 149-173.

Besier, G., Stoklosa, K. (eds) (2020) 1917 and the Consequences. London, Routledge.

Castan Pinos, J. (2020) The Islamic State as the Epitome of the Terrorist Parastate. Nationalities Papers 48(1): 116-129.

Castan Pinos, J.,  Radil, S. M. (2020) The territorial contours of terrorism: A conceptual model of territory for non-state violence. Terrorism and Political Violence 32(5): 1027-1046.

Klatt, M. (2020) Regions in crisis: The volatility of regional identity in Face of nationalization projects. The Case of Schleswig. In The Historical Evolution of Regionalizing Identities in Europe. Peter Lang: 275-306.

Klatt, M. (2020) The so-called 2015 migration crisis and Euroscepticism in border regions: Facing re-bordering trends in the Danish–German borderlands. Geopolitics 25(3): 567-586.

Klatt, M (2020) The Danish border in Covid-19 times, Borders in Globalization Review 1(3).

Klatt, M (2020) Minority policies – or border policies? A neo-realist interpretation of kin-state policies in the Danish-German “European Model” of minority accommodation, in Volkmer, G. et al. (eds) The Promotion of National Minorities by their ‘Mother Countries’. Munich, De Gruyter.

Klatt, M., Winkler, I. (2020) Lessons from the Danish-German border region for post 2020 Interreg A – an alignment with cross-border functional regions? Europa XXI 38.

Meunier, S., Roederer-Rynning, C. (2020) Missing in action? France and the politicization of trade and investment agreements. Politics and Governance 8(1): 312-324.

Radil, S. M., Castan Pinos, J., Ptak, T. (2020) Borders resurgent: towards a post-Covid-19 global border regime? Space and Polity: 1-9.

Roederer-Rynning, C., Greenwood, J. (2020) Black boxes and open secrets: trilogues as ‘politicised diplomacy’. West European Politics: 1-25.

Sandberg, M., Andersen, D. J. (2020) Europe trouble: Welcome culture and the disruption of the European border regime. Nordic Journal of Migration Research 10(4).

Sandberg, M., Andersen, D. J. (2020) Precarious citizenship and melancholic longing: On the value of volunteering after the refugee arrivals to Europe 2015. Nordic Journal of Migration Research 10(4).

Rossi, M., Castan Pinos, J. (2020) Introduction to Inconvenient Realities: The Emergence and Resilience of Parastates. Nationalities Papers 48(1): 12-23.

Venken, M., Frandsen, S.B. (eds) (2020) The dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy: Border-making and its consequences. European Review of History 27(6).

Wallace, H., Pollack, M. A., Roederer-Rynning, C., Young, A. R. (2020) Policy-Making in the European Union. Oxford, Oxford University Press.


Andersen, D. J. (2019) Making Space for the Future? Reconstructing Spatial Identity after Armed Conflict, in K. Stoklosa (ed.) Borders and Memories: Conflicts and Co-operation in European Border Regions.  Berlin, LIT: 51-66.

Andersen, D. J., Sandberg, M., Aparna, K. (2019) Mellemværender: Solidaritetsarbejdets skæringspunkter i frivillig flygtningehjælp. Social Kritik  157: 1-77.

Besier, G., Stokłosa, K. (eds) (2019) 1917 and the Consequences. Boca Raton, CRC Press.

Castan Pinos, J. (2019) Kosovo and the Collateral Effects of Humanitarian Intervention. London, Routledge.

Greenwood, J., Roederer-Rynning, C. (2019) Taming Trilogues: The EU’s Lawmaking Process in a Comparative Perspective, in O. Costa (ed.) The European Parliament in Times of Crisis: Dynamics and Transformations. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan: 121-141.

Greenwood, J., & Roederer-Rynning, C. (2019). Power at the expense of diffuse interests? The European Parliament as a legitimacy-seeking institution. European Politics and Society (read). 

Haimin Wung-Sung, T. (2019) Beyond the Border. Young Minorities in the Danish-German Borderlands, 1955-1971. London, Berghahn.

Laursen, F., Roederer-Rynning, C. (2019). The EU and the new Trade Bilateralism. Boca Raton, CRC Press.

Roederer-Rynning, C. (2019). The Common Agricultural Policy: A Case of Embedded Liberalism, in Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Stoklosa, K. (ed.) (2019) Borders and Memories. Conflicts and Co-operation in European Border Regions. Berlin, LIT.

Stoklosa, K. (2019) Tras el imperio: el sueño polaco de volver a ser una gran potencia, in M. Ángel Melón Jiménez et al. (eds) Dinámica de las fronteras en periodos de conflicto. El Imperio español (1640-1815). Cáceres, Universidad de Extremadura, 109-119.

Trémolières, M., Walther O. (2019) Women and Trade Networks in West Africa. Paris, OECD Publishing.

Walther, O. et al. (2019) Regional integration in border cities; Population and morphology of border cities; Business and health in border cities; Accessibility and infrastructure in border cities. Paris, OECD West African Papers 20, 21, 22 and 23.

Wassenberg, B., Camiade, M., Stoklosa, K. (2019), Borders, objects of historical studies. Case-studies from the Upper Rhine and Catalan Region in the West and from Central and Eastern Europe, in: J. Beck (ed.) Transdisciplinary Discourses on Cross-Border Cooperation in Europe. Brussels, Peter Lang, 173-210.


Andersen, D. J., Prokkola, E.-K. (2018) Heritage as Bordering: Heritage Making, Ontological Struggles and the Politics of Memory in the Croatian and Finnish Borderlands. Journal of Borderlands Studies (read).

Andersen, D. J., Frandsen, S.B. (2018) Da grænsen vendte tilbage, in C.H. Grøn, C. Burchardt (eds). Politologisk Årbog 2017-2018. Copenhagen, Hans Reitzels: 11-13.

Andersen, D. J., Pedersen, R.E. (2018) Practicing Home in the Foreign: The multiple homing practices of artisan journeymen on the tramp. Nordic Journal of Migration Research 8(2): 82-90.

Besier, G., Stoklosa, K. (eds) (2018) How to deal with Refugees?: Europe as a Continent of Dreams. Zurich and Vienna, LIT.

Castan Pinos, J., Radil, S. (2018) Territory and terrorism: A new approach. Terrorism and Political Violence (online).

Castan Pinos, J. (2018) Challenging the nation-state’s territorial integrity through contestation: Secessionist rallies in Catalonia, in R. Celikates, J. de Kloet, E. Peeren, T. Poell (eds) Global Cultures of Contestation: Mobility, Sustainability, Aesthetics & Connectivity. Cham, Palgrave Macmillan: 69-92.

Castan Pinos, J. (2018) Terror, territory and statehood from al Qaeda to the Islamic State, in O. Walther, W. Miles (eds) African Border Disorders. Addressing Transnational Extremist Organizations. London, Routledge: 153-169.

Castan Pinos, J. (2018) Conflicts over sovereignty in Europe in the so-called post-sovereignty era, in B. Wassenberg (ed.) Castle-talks on Cross-Border Cooperation. Fear of Integration? The Pertinence of the Border. Stuttgart, Franz Steiner: 239-252.

Frandsen, S.B., Andersen, D.J. (eds) (2018). Europas Grænser. Aahrus, Aahrus University Press.

Klatt, M., Wassenberg, B. (eds) (2018). Secondary Foreign Policy in Local International Relations: Peace-building and Reconciliation in Border Regions. London, Routledge.

Klatt, M, Wassenberg, B. (2018) Secondary foreign policy: Can local and regional cross-border cooperation function as a tool for peace-building and reconciliation?, in M. Klatt, B. Wassenberg (eds) Secondary Foreign Policy in Local International Relations: Peace-building and Reconciliation in Border Regions. London, Taylor & Francis: 1-14.

Klatt, M. (2018) Minorities as secondary foreign policy agents in peace-building and reconciliation?: The case of Denmark and Germany, in M. Klatt, B. Wassenberg (eds) Secondary Foreign Policy in Local International Relations: Peace-building and Reconciliation in Border Regions. London, Taylor & Francis: 35-56.

Ripoll Servent, A., Roederer-Rynning, C. (2018) The European Parliament: A Normal Parliament in a Polity of a Different Kind, in W. Thompson (ed.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. New York, Oxford University Press.

Roederer-Rynning, C. (2018) Parliamentary assertion and deep integration: the European parliament in the CETA and TTIP negotiations. Cambridge Review of International Affairs 30(5-6): 507-526.

Roederer-Rynning, C. (2018) Passage to bicameralism: Lisbon’s Ordinary Legislative Procedure at ten. Comparative European Politics: 1-17.

Stokłosa, K. (2018) The Finnish-Russian border between myth and reality, in B. Wassenberg (ed.) Castle-talks on Cross-Border Cooperation. Fear of Integration? The Pertinence of the Border. Stuttgart, Franz Steiner: 321-330.

Stokłosa, K. (2018) Refugee crisis in Hungary. Then and now, in G. Besier, K. Stokłosa (eds) How to Deal with Refugees? Europe as a Continent of DreamsZurich and Vienna, LIT: 41-60.

Stokłosa, K. (2018) Catholicism and Patriotism in Poland during the First World War. KZG/CCH 31 1-2: 184-193.

Walther, O., Miles, W. (eds) (2018) African Border Disorders. Addressing Transnational Extremist Organizations. London, Routledge.


Andersen, D. J., Sandberg, M., Kramsch, O.T. (2017) Inverting the telescope on borders that matter: Conversations in Café Europa (reprint), in Cooper, A. (ed.) Where are Europe’s Borders?: Critical Insights into Contemporary European Bordering. Oxford, Routledge: 10-25.

Andersen, D. J. (2017) På jagt efter grænsen. Sfinx 40(2): 54-59.

Besier, G., Stoklosa, K. (eds) (2017) Neighbourhood Perceptions of the Ukraine Crisis. From the Soviet Union into Eurasia? London, Routledge.

Haimin Wung-Sung, T. (2017) ‘We remain what we are’ ‘Wir bleiben was wir sind?’ North Schleswig German identities in children’s education after 1945, in M. Venken (ed.) Borderland Studies Meets Child Studies: A European Encounter. Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang: 139-165.

Klatt, M. (2017) Dybbøl 2014: Constructing familiarity by remembrance? In E. Boesen, G. Schnuer (eds) European Borderlands. Living with Barriers and Bridges. London and New York, Routledge: 30-46.

Klatt, M. (2017) The Danish-German Border Region: Caught between Systemic Differences and Re-borderingEurasia Border Review 8(1): 15-30.

Laursen, F., Roederer-Rynning, C. (2017) Introduction: The New EU FTAs as Contentious Market Regulation.  Journal of European Integration 39(7): 763-779.

Laursen, F., Roederer-Rynning, C. (eds) (2017) Writing the Rules of 21st-Century Trade: The EU and the New Trade Bilateralism. Journal of European Integration 7(39) (special issue).

Roederer-Rynning, C., Kallestrup, M. (2017) National Parliaments and the New Contentiousness of Trade. Journal of European Integration 39(7): 811-825.

Roederer-Rynning, C., Greenwood, J. (2017) The European Parliament as a developing legislature: coming of age in trilogues? Journal of European Public Policy 24(5): 735-754.

Stokłosa, K. (2017) Twin towns in Eastern Europe: On the way from bordering to the cross-border identity? in E. Opiłowska, Z. Kurcz Jochen Roose (eds) Advances in European Borderlands Studies. Baden-Baden, Nomos: 307-315.

Stoklosa, K. (2017) Ukraine and Russia in Crisis – A Polish View. In G. Besier, K. Stoklosa (eds) Neighbourhood Perceptions of the Ukraine Crisis. From the Soviet Union into Eurasia? London, Routledge: 171-184.

Trémolières, M., Walther, O. (eds) (2017) Cross-border Co-operation and Policy Networks in West Africa. Paris, SWAC/OECD


Adriansen, I., Frandsen, S.B. (eds) (2016) Efter 1864. Krigens følger på kort og langt sigt. Odense, University Press of Southern Denmark.

Castan Pinos, J. (2016) Mitrovica: a city (re)shaped by division, in E. O Ciardha, G. Vojvoda (eds) Politics of Identity in Post-Conflict States. Abingdon, Routledge, pp.128-142.

Leuprecht, C., Aulthouse, A. & Walther, O. (2016) The puzzling resilience of transnational organized criminal networks. Police Practice and Research 17(4): 376-387.

Stoklosa, K. (2016) Il processo di abbattimento e di ripristino delle frontiere in Europa. Studi e ricerche sulla comunità immaginata 7: 99-107.


Andersen, D. J. & Castan Pinos, J. (2015) Balkanization Revisited: Territorial Lessons from the Former Yugoslavia, Branka, T. & Janczak , J. (eds.), Boundaries Revisited: Conceptual Turn in European Border Practices. Logos Verlag Berlin, Vol. Bd. 25, pp. 25-40 (Thematicon).

Andersen, D. J., Kramsch, O. T. & Sandberg, M. (2015)Inverting the Telescope on Borders that Matter: Conversations in Café EuropaJournal of Contemporary European Studies. 23, 4, pp. 459-476.

Andersen, D. J. (2015)Identities in Conflict: Lessons from the former Yugoslavia, Sabaté, F. (ed.), Conditioned Identities: Wished-for and Unwished-for Identities. Bern Berlin Brussels: Peter Lang, Vol. 4, pp. 427-444.

Castan Pinos, J. (2015) The Challenge to Territorial Integrity, Kosovo and beyond, C. Gaitanides/G. Grözinger (Eds.), Diversity in Europe C. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 220-236.

Castan Pinos, J. (2015) The Nature of separatism and its weak reverberation in the AmericasCentral European Journal of International and Security Studies 9 (3), pp. 98-115.

Frandsen, S.B. (2015) Magtens geografi, Danmark på vippen (ed.), Et Danmark i balance er et rigere Danmark. Hvidbog. pp. 38-51.

Frandsen, S.B. (2015) The Danish Composite State and the Lost Memory of a Multilingual Culture, A. Havinga, N. Langer (eds), Invisible Languages in the Nineteenth Century. Peter Lang (Historical Sociolinguistics Vol 2), pp. 183-197.

Frandsen, S.B. (2015) Krigens virkninger i Danmark, I. Adriansen & S.B. Frandsen (eds), Efter 1864. Krigens følger på kort og langt sigt, Odense,Syddansk Universitetsforlag, pp. 59-76.

Klatt, M. (2015) Johannes Schmidt-Wodder und Jens Möller: Nordschleswigsche Folketingsmitglieder der Zwischenkriegszeit zwischen Alldeutschtum, Friedensverein und Nationalsozialismus, B.Conrad, J Kusber & H-C Maner (eds), Parlamentarier der deutschen Minderheiten im Europa der Zwischenkriegszeit. Droste, Düsseldorf. Beiträge zur Geschichte des Parlamentarismus und der politischen Parteien, vol. 170, pp.  47-64.

Stoklosa, K. (2015) Border Regions as Laboratories of European Integration. E. Opiłowska/J. Roose (Eds.), Microcosm of European Integration. The German-Polish Border Regions in Transformation, Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 16-31.

Stoklosa, K. (2015) Escape Routes to Freedom: Via Budapest, Prague and Warsaw to the Federal Republic of Germany. C. Gaitanides/G. Grözinger (Eds.), Diversity in Europe, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 189-202.

Stoklosa, K. (2015) Wars and Myths – the Polish caseKZG/CCH 28 1, pp. 106-112.

Dörry S. & Walther O. (2015) Contested relational policy spaces in two European border regionsEnvironment and Planning A 47(2), pp. 338-355.

Walther O. & Retaillé D. (2015) Rethinking borders in a mobile world: An alternative model, Amilhat-Szary A.-L, Giraut F. (eds) Borderities and the Politics of Contemporary Mobile Borders. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 191-203.

Walther O. & Christopoulos D. (2015) Islamic terrorism and the Malian rebellionTerrorism and Political Violence 27(3), pp. 497-519.

Walther O. (2015) Business, brokers and borders: The structure of West African trade networksJournal of Development Studies 51(5), pp. 603-620.


Andersen, D. J. (2014) Do if you Dare: Reflections on (Un)familiarity, Identity-Formation and Ontological PoliticsJournal of Borderlands Studies. 29, 3, pp. 327-337.

Bygvrå, S. (2014) Grænsehandel - set fra Sønderjylland. Mikkelsen, L., Sørensen, F- & Haase, I. (eds.): 40 Fortællinger fra Sønderjylland. Sprogforeningen, pp. 303-311.

Castan Pinos, J. (2014) La Fortaleza Europea: Schengen, Ceuta y MelillaCeuta: Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes.

Castan Pinos, J. (2014) The Conflicting Aims of the European Neighborhood Policy and its Secondary Effects  Journal of Borderlands Studies  29 (2), pp. 133-146.

Castan Pinos, J. (2014) The Spanish-Moroccan relationship: combining bonne entente with territorial disputes, in K. Stoklosa (ed.) Living on the border. European Border Regions in Comparison. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 98-114.

Ejbye Pedersen, R. (2014) The concept of (un)familiarity and labour migration in North Schleswig and beyond 1870-1914Syddansk Universitetsforlag

Frandsen, S.B. (2014) Schleswig: A border region caught between nation states, K. Stoklosa, G. Besier (eds.), European Border Regions in Comparison: Overcoming nationalistic Aspects or Re-Nationalization?, New York, Oxford: Routledge, pp. 79-97.

Frandsen, S.B. (2014) En grænse mellem slægtninge. Linje og rum mellem dansk og tysk, i L. Elenius (ed.), Nordiska gränser i historien. Linjer och rum, konstruktion och rekonstruktion, Joensuu: University Press of Eastern Finland, pp. 138-163.

Frandsen, S.B. (2014) Grænser som chancer, i Sydslesvigsk Årbog, pp. 10-17.

Klatt, M. (2014), (Un)Familiarity? Labor Related Cross-Border Mobility in Sønderjylland/Schleswig Since Denmark Joined the EC in 1973,Journal of Borderlands Studies, vol 29,3, pp. 353-373.,10.1080/08865655.2014.938968

Klatt, M.(2014), Minority Schools Financing in the Danish-German Border RegionEuropean Yearbook of Minority Issues, vol 11,1, pp. 359-375.

Klatt, M. & Jebsen, N. 2014, The negotiation of national and regional identity during the Schleswig plebiscite following the First World WarFirst World War Studies, vol 5, nr. 2, s. 181-211.

Stoklosa, K. (2014), The Border in the Narratives of the Inhabitants of the German-Polish Border Region, Stokłosa K. & Besier, G. (eds.),European Border Regions in Comparison: Overcoming Nationalistic Aspects or Re-Nationalization? Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 257-274.

Stokłosa K. & Besier, G. (eds.) (2014) European Border Regions in Comparison: Overcoming Nationalistic Aspects or Re-Nationalization?London/New York: Routledge.

Walther O. 2014. Trade networks in West Africa: A social network approachJournal of Modern African Studies 52(2), pp. 179-203.


Andersen, D. J. (2013) Exploring the Concept of (Un)familiarity: (Un)familiarity in Border Practices and Identity-formation at the Slovenian-Croatian Border on IstriaEuropean Planning Studies, 21,1, pp. 42-57.

Andersen, D. J. (2013) Living in the Shadows of Geopolitics: Everyday life reflections on border regions as "laboratories of European integration, Beck, J. & Wassenberg, B. (eds.) Grenzüberschreitende Zusammen-arbeit leben und erforschen : Integration und (trans)regionale Identitäten .Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, Vol. 5, pp. 221-232.

Castan Pinos, J. (2013) Assessing the significance of borders and territoriality in a globalized EuropeRegions and Cohesion 3 (2) pp. 47–68.

Decoville A. & Durand F. & Sohn C. & Walther O. (2013) Comparing cross-border metropolitan integration in Europe: Towards a functional typology. Journal of Borderlands Studies 28(2) pp. 221-237.

Klatt, M. (2013) Euroregion Schleswig, Sønderjylland/Schleswig, Sønderjylland – Schleswig, Syddanmark – Schleswig-Holstein. Von der Grenze zur grenzüberschreitenden Region? i Krieger, M. & Frandsen, S.B. & Lubowitz, F. (eds), 1200 Jahre deutsch-dänische Grenze: Aspekte einer Nachbarschaft . Wachholtz Verlag GmbH, pp. 295-313.

Klatt, M. (2013) National minorities as a model for cross-border integration: Lessons from Schleswig, in Beck, J. & Wassenberg, B. (eds),Grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit leben und erforschen: Integration und (trans-)regionale Identitäten. vol. 5, Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 301-320

Krieger, M. & Frandsen, S.B. & Lubowitz, F. (eds.)(2013), 1200 Jahre Deutsch-Dänische Grenze: Aspekte einer NachbarschaftNeumünster Wachholtz Verlag.

Stoklosa, K. (2013), Conflict and co-operation: Poland’s border regions in the Cold War and afterÖsterreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (ÖZP), 42, 1, pp. 65-82.

Walther O. & Reitel B. (2013) Cross-border policy networks in the Basel region: the effect of national borders and brokerage rolesSpace and Polity 17(2) pp. 217-236.

Yndigegn, C. (2013). Reviving Unfamiliarity—The Case of Public Resistance to the Establishment of the Danish–German EuroregionEuropean Planning Studies, 21(1), pp. 58-74.


Andersen, D. J. & Castan Pinos, J. (2012) Challenging the post-Yugoslavian borders: The enclaves of Sastavci and Dubrovnik, Janczak, J. & Osiewicz, P. (eds.) European Enclaves in the Process of De-bordering and Re-bordering Berlin : Logos Verlag Berlin, pp. 81-98 (Thematicon, Vol. 18).

Andersen, D. J.Gawlewicz , A. & Yndigegn, C. (2012) EU Edges and Border Practices: Slovenian-Croatian and Polish-Ukrainian Borders as Laboratories of Borderwork on a Post-national Level, Janczak, J. (ed.) De-Bordering, Re-Bordering and Symbols on the European Boundaries.. Berlin:Logos Verlag Berlin, pp. 83-96 (Thematicon: Wissentschaftliche Reihe des Collegium Polonicum, Vol. 16).

Andersen, D.J. & Klatt, M. & Sandberg, M. (eds.) (2012) The Border Multiple: The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling EuropeAshgate.

Andersen, D. J. & Sandberg, M. (2012) Introduction, Andersen, D.J. & Klatt, M. & Sandberg, M. (eds.), in The Border Multiple : The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe. Ashgate, p. 1-19.

Andersen, D. J. (2012) The Multiple Politics of Borders: Images of the Slovenian–Croatian Border on Istria from the Perspective of an Ethnographer on the Move, Andersen, D.J. & Klatt, M. & Sandberg, M. (eds.), in The Border Multiple : The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe. Ashgate, p. 141-159.

Bygvrå, S. (2012) Trip segments and their relation to distance and urban size: Evidence from Danes' cross-border shopping in Germany, Hageberg, J., Holmberg, U., Sundström, M. & Walter, L. (eds.): Nordic Retail Research: Emerging diversity. Göteborg: Bokförlaget BAS, pp. 287-304.

Castan Pinos, J. & Andersen, D. J. (2012) Challenging the Post-Yugoslavian Borders: the Enclaves of Sastavci and Dubrovnik, in J. Jańczak and P. Osiewicz (eds.) European Exclaves in the process of De-bordering and Re-bordering, pp. 81-98Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Frandsen, S.B. (2012) Die deutsch-dänische Grenze im Zeitalter der nationalen Gegensätze, Krieger, M. & S.B. Frandsen, S.B. & Lubowitz, F. (eds.), 1200 Jahre Deutsch-Dänische Grenze: aspekte einer Nachbarschaft, Neumünster, pp. 225-234.

Klatt, M. (2012) Mobile Regions: Competitive Regional Concepts (not only) in the Danish-German Border Region, in Andersen, D.J. & Klatt, M. & Sandberg, M. (eds.), The Border Multiple : The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe. Ashgate, pp. 55-76.

Stoklosa, K. (2012) Conflicts and Potential on Poland’s Eastern Borders: the Example of the Polish-Russian and Polish-Ukrainian Border Regions, Katalaja K. & Lähteenmäki M. (Eds.), Imagined, Negotiated, Remembered. Constructing European Borders and BorderlandsLIT Verlag Dr. Wilhelm Hopf, Berlin, pp. 187-196.

Stoklosa, K. (2012) Neighborhood Relations on the Polish Borders: The Example of the Polish-German, Polish-Ukrainian and Polish-Russian Border RegionsJournal of Borderlands Studies 27, 3 , pp. 245-255.

Gawlewicz, A., & Yndigegn, C. (2012) The (in)visible Wall of Fortress Europe? Elite Migrating Youth Perceiving the Sensitive Polish–Ukrainian Border, in Andersen, D.J. & Klatt, M. & Sandberg, M. (eds.), The Border Multiple : The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe. Ashgate, p. 179-199.


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