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Border areas in principal Europe endure large adjustments a result of expansion of the eu Union and the comparable approaches of Europeanization, bordering and re-bordering. The ebook explores the results of those tactics for cross-border governance and spatial making plans in vital Europe. It combines analyses of eu and nationwide framework stipulations with case experiences from border areas and towns in eight nations. the focal point is on ordinary questions of cross-border making plans and cooperation in addition to on chosen sectors reminiscent of nature conservation, shipping and fiscal improvement. The e-book is written for the foreign medical neighborhood and for practitioners within the fields of spatial making plans, cross-border cooperation, environmental defense and structural coverage.
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Extra info for Cross-border Governance and Sustainable Spatial Development: Mind the Gaps! (Central and Eastern European Development Studies (CEEDES))
It is remarkable that the sporadic diplomatic tensions between the two countries often concern issues in the physical environment. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, modernisation and the formation of nation-states led to hard borders. These borders have become important structuring devices for diverse social practices. The changing relations between Belgium and The Netherlands summarized above imply that borders gradually lose their toughness (De Vries 2002a). This means that the Dutch-Belgium border region approaches what Martinez (1994) describes as integrated borderlands.
March 2007; 30 f MKRO (= Geschäftsstelle der Ministerkonferenz für Raumordnung im Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Bau und Stadtentwicklung) (ed) (2006) Leitbilder und Handlungsstrategien für die Raumentwicklung in Deutschland [Visions and Strategies for Spatial Development in Germany]. 2007 OJ (= Official Journal of the European Union) 2006/L 210/19, Regulation (EC) No 1082/2006 of the European Parliament and the Council of 5 July 2006 on a European Grouping of territorial cooperation (EGTC). 2006 OJ (= Official Journal of the European Union) 2006/L 291/11, Council Decision of 6 October 2006 on Community strategic guidelines on cohesion (2006/702/EC).
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