Infrastructures, borders, (im)mobility, or the materialand social construction of new Europe
in The road
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This final chapter summarises the previous work suggesting some links between the mass contraction projects that took place in Europe after the end of Cold War and the border securitisation processes that the book described and how these are linked with contemporary phenomena.

The road

An ethnography of (im)mobility, space, and cross-border infrastructures in the Balkans


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