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The Intermarium as the Polish-Ukrainian Linchpin of Baltic-Black Sea Cooperation

The Intermarium as the Polish-Ukrainian Linchpin of Baltic-Black Sea Cooperation

Wydawnictwo Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Data wydania 01/03/2019
Wydanie Pierwsze
Liczba stron 222
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla profesjonalistów, specjalistów i badaczy naukowych
Język angielski
ISBN 9781527527126
Kategorie Historia Europy, Stosunki międzynarodowe
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The term "Intermarium" has a long historical tradition and was commonly used to define the area between the Baltic and Black Seas. With its regular re-appearances in contemporary academic and political discourses, this book explores and assesses a variety of its connotations. In order to do this, it applies a multi-dimensional approach to the Intermarium. Six researchers specializing in Central and Eastern European history, geopolitics, security, economics, and cultural studies are brought together here to share their expert knowledge. As a result, the book discusses various, unique aspects of the Intermarium. At the very end, a conclusion is drawn as to whether the cognominal framework possesses any feasible potential for emergence and development in the contemporary international architecture. "This collected volume is to be praised for the multitude of diverging national and disciplinary perspectives on the ideas of, plans towards, and pre-conditions for the Intermarium cooperation or coalition, in the past and today. Whoever likes to get a comprehensive overview of all the various historical, political, cultural and economic issues involved in building some alliance between the Baltic and Black Seas should start with this book."Andreas Umland, Senior Fellow, Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, Kyiv, Ukraine"It seems like in the multi-polar world, history is back, geopolitics is back, and therefore "Eastern Europe" is back. A region known under different names, with its permanently re-written, overlapped histories; contested borders; and elusive identities. Peoples and countries "in-between" are searching for what they have in common except for their border status. This book provides a reader with many insights about how old categories related to European eastern frontiers are acquiring new meanings and interpretations. An exciting enterprise for any intellectual audience."Volodymyr Kravchenko, Professor of History, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada"With Russia's return as a revanchist, neo-imperial power and Ukraine's desire to integrate into European structures, the concept of Intermarium has been resurrected in Central and Eastern Europe. However, the concept itself remains ambiguous and confusing. Luckily, the publication of Intermarium: Polish-Ukrainian Linchpin helps the reader navigate through the various meanings and understandings of Intermarium. The book debates the historical and contemporary applications of this geopolitical concept and, above all, helps answer the question driving the de

The Intermarium as the Polish-Ukrainian Linchpin of Baltic-Black Sea Cooperation

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