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International AffairsThis volume is highly recommendable.
The volume makes inspiring reading by virtue of its deliberate challenge to radical postmodern theory about the future of the state and its meticulous documentation.
Author Biography: Peter Andreas is assistant professor of political science at Reed College. He was formerly an Academy Scholar at Harvard University. Timothy Snyder is an Academy Scholar at Harvard University.
|1||Introduction: The Wall after the Wall||1|
|2||The Transformation of Border Controls: A European Precedent?||15|
|3||States and the Regulation of Migration in the Twentieth-Century North Atlantic World||31|
|4||Comparative Perspectives on Border Control: Away from the Border and Outside the State||55|
|5||The Political Costs of State Power: U.S. Border Control in South Florida||81|
|6||The Remaking of the California-Mexico Boundary in the Age of NAFTA||99|
|7||The Logic and Contradictions of Intensified Border Enforcement in Texas||115|
|8||U.S. Border Controls: A Mexican Perspective||139|
|9||Eastern Europe as Gatekeeper: The Immigration and Asylum Policies of an Enlarging European Union||153|
|10||Rio Odra, Rio Buh: Poland, Germany, and the Borders of Twenty-First-Century Europe||173|
|11||Border Controls and the Politics of EU Enlargement||185|
|12||The Mobility Money Can Buy: Human Smuggling and Border Control in the European Union||203|
|13||Conclusion: The Wall around the West||219|
|About the Contributors||239|