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Islands are the challenging targets of a global pursuit in the closing of gaps, their distinct geography so far having seemingly eluded and mocked both human ingenuity and terra firma. This article seeks to deconstruct the concept of the bridge as more than just a value-free symbol of inexorable tec...
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Population, employment and economic capacity continue to concentrate in and around large urban centres. If geography (measured as proximity to large centres of population) increasingly matters in the knowledge economy, then there may be no future for periphery locations. This paper critically review...
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This article discusses the relationship of Malta with the European Union in the light of Malta's status as an example of a 'nationless state'. The article first develops the relevance of this under-researched concept by locating it within the discussion of postcolonial, small island nationalism. It ...
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How well do the brands and branding exercises of specific 'island products' connect with the brand of 'the Island' on which they are based? This paper adopts a sweeping 'island studies' global perspective in addressing this question. Given that they are already heavily themed places, we should n...
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Twelve papers resulting from the initial phase of the North Atlantic Islands Programme, which culminated in the North Atlantic Forum '98 conference in Charlottetown in September 1998, study six islands or island groups--Aland, Faroes, Iceland, Isle of Man, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island...
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This article first considers the significance of historical experience in academic studies, including postcolonial studies, concluding with Jane M. Jacobs that “the structures of power that gave rise to empire live on in a more disorganised fashion.” They live on in an organized way, too, in tha...
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Jurisdiction relates to the competence to pass laws, build effective administrative processes, facilitate inward capital flows, encourage education, & support the development of a climate conducive to economic growth. This paper argues that jurisdictional capacity provides the foundation for an ...
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Most subnational (and mainly island) jurisdictions around the world today are actively conspiring in the dogged pursuit of protracted and extended colonial relationships—what is referred to as “upside down decolonization”—rather than aspiring to full independence. Various metropolitan powers...
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