Now that we publish the 10th issue of Eurolimes, the editors of the journal intend to sum up the contribution of Eurolimes to the examination of the notion of boundary corresponding to the border-limit in correlation with the notion of border as state boundary. Our journal also aims at showing the way in which the meaning of internal frontiers changes evolving from the national perspective to the community one.On the other hand, we seek to define the future editorial initiatives of the journal towards more punctual topics through the question “Eurolimes, where to?”: EU position in an international context with strong mutations after 2010; the impact of policy on the construction of a formal or informal border; the impact of different types of borders on identities; the process of evolution of social borders within the EU Member States, etc.
|Date of creation:||2010|
|Publication status:||Published in Eurolimes The Geopolitics of the European Frontiers.10(2010): pp. 5-17|
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