Beyond Walls: Re-inventing the Canada-United States Borderlands
A comprehensive examination of the Canada-USA border in its 21st-century form, placing it within the context of border and borderlands theory, globalization and the changing geopolitical dialogue. The book shows how a border can evolve to a heightened level of security and yet continue to function well, sustaining the massive flow of trade.
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