in the Baltic Sea Region
By Michael Karlsson
170 pages, Illustrated, 6 ½" x 9 ½"
$79.50 Paper Original
OUT OF PRINT
This book is a case study of the Baltic Sea region that addresses such questions. Many non-governmental organizations today have regular contacts with counterparts in other littoral states. In some cases, the non-state actors have also deepened their cooperation and established regional international non-governmental organizations or transnational networks. Their purpose has been, amongst other things, to establish a platform from which they can interact with the Baltic Sea states and influence regional intergovernmental processes. In explaining these patterns of transnational relations, the author highlights a broad range of conditions relating to the actors themselves as well as to structure.
Sodertorn Academic Studies, No. 21
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