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The Flexible Frontier: Change and Continuity in Finnish-Russian Relations.

The Flexible Frontier: Change and Continuity in Finnish-Russian Relations.
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266
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978-952-10-4093-1
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This publication analyzes the Finnish-Russian/Soviet relations from the middle ages to the present day. During these centuries the 1200 kilometre-long border between the two countries has changed repeatedly, e.g. by the Treaty of Nöteborg (1323), the Finnish War (1808-1809), and the Second World War (1939-1945). In addition to territorial shifts, the scholars from various universities also discuss Karelia's history as a border area, Soviet Finnish trade relations, and the region's development up to the present.

The two articles concerning the Greater Finland ideology and the Finno-Ugric minorities' status in Russian Karelia provide their own perspective on the relations between the two countries. The projects of Finnish-Russian co operation in nature conservation, the development of the north Barents region, and the European Northern Dimension Policy, for their part, show the continuing trend towards Finnish-Russian border area co-operation.
Contributors: Tatiana Androsova, Jaana Gluschkoff, Raimo Heikkilä, Timo J. Hokkanen, Evgeni Ieshko, Boris Kashevarov, Kimmo Katajala, Konstantin Khudolei, Jukka Korpela, Teemu Makkonen, Jens Petter Nielsen, Riitta Nykänen, Anssi Paasi, Alexandr M. Pashkov, Irina Takala, Timo Vihavainen
This publication analyzes the Finnish-Russian/Soviet relations from the middle ages to the present day. During these centuries the 1200 kilometre-long border between the two countries has changed repeatedly, e.g. by the Treaty of Nöteborg (1323), the Finnish War (1808-1809), and the Second World War (1939-1945). In addition to territorial shifts, the scholars from various universities also discuss Karelia's history as a border area, Soviet Finnish trade relations, and the region's development up to the present.

The two articles concerning the Greater Finland ideology and the Finno-Ugric minorities' status in Russian Karelia provide their own perspective on the relations between the two countries. The projects of Finnish-Russian co operation in nature conservation, the development of the north Barents region, and the European Northern Dimension Policy, for their part, show the continuing trend towards Finnish-Russian border area co-operation.
Contributors: Tatiana Androsova, Jaana Gluschkoff, Raimo Heikkilä, Timo J. Hokkanen, Evgeni Ieshko, Boris Kashevarov, Kimmo Katajala, Konstantin Khudolei, Jukka Korpela, Teemu Makkonen, Jens Petter Nielsen, Riitta Nykänen, Anssi Paasi, Alexandr M. Pashkov, Irina Takala, Timo Vihavainen
This publication analyzes the Finnish-Russian/Soviet relations from the middle ages to the present day. During these centuries the 1200 kilometre-long border between the two countries has changed repeatedly, e.g. by the Treaty of Nöteborg (1323), the Finnish War (1808-1809), and the Second World War (1939-1945). In addition to territorial shifts, the scholars from various universities also discuss Karelia's history as a border area, Soviet Finnish trade relations, and the region's development up to the present.

The two articles concerning the Greater Finland ideology and the Finno-Ugric minorities' status in Russian Karelia provide their own perspective on the relations between the two countries. The projects of Finnish-Russian co operation in nature conservation, the development of the north Barents region, and the European Northern Dimension Policy, for their part, show the continuing trend towards Finnish-Russian border area co-operation.
Contributors: Tatiana Androsova, Jaana Gluschkoff, Raimo Heikkilä, Timo J. Hokkanen, Evgeni Ieshko, Boris Kashevarov, Kimmo Katajala, Konstantin Khudolei, Jukka Korpela, Teemu Makkonen, Jens Petter Nielsen, Riitta Nykänen, Anssi Paasi, Alexandr M. Pashkov, Irina Takala, Timo Vihavainen
This publication analyzes the Finnish-Russian/Soviet relations from the middle ages to the present day. During these centuries the 1200 kilometre-long border between the two countries has changed repeatedly, e.g. by the Treaty of Nöteborg (1323), the Finnish War (1808-1809), and the Second World War (1939-1945). In addition to territorial shifts, the scholars from various universities also discuss Karelia's history as a border area, Soviet Finnish trade relations, and the region's development up to the present.

The two articles concerning the Greater Finland ideology and the Finno-Ugric minorities' status in Russian Karelia provide their own perspective on the relations between the two countries. The projects of Finnish-Russian co operation in nature conservation, the development of the north Barents region, and the European Northern Dimension Policy, for their part, show the continuing trend towards Finnish-Russian border area co-operation.
Contributors: Tatiana Androsova, Jaana Gluschkoff, Raimo Heikkilä, Timo J. Hokkanen, Evgeni Ieshko, Boris Kashevarov, Kimmo Katajala, Konstantin Khudolei, Jukka Korpela, Teemu Makkonen, Jens Petter Nielsen, Riitta Nykänen, Anssi Paasi, Alexandr M. Pashkov, Irina Takala, Timo Vihavainen
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9789521040931
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