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Timothy M. Shaw and Abigail Kabandula

endless eurozone crises, can be positive for “African agency” ( Shaw, 2015 ) and development ( Shaw et al, 2019 ; De Beer et al, 2014 ; Elahi et al, 2013 ;). The continent can seize the unprecedented space to advance its own “developmental” states and

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John Agnew

the right places, including defining the territorial spaces to which interventions should be directed (e.g., Havlik, 2020 ). Geared toward strengthening social and economic cohesion by channeling funds to lagging and underdeveloped regions

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Barriers and borders

Human mobility and building inclusive societies

Anthony Turton

arrived into a space that had some unique characteristics. I was born into a white family in a country where race has always been an issue. I was born male, into a society where there were deeply entrenched rites of passage into manhood. I was born a

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Beyond the American culture wars

A call for environmental leadership and strengthening networks

Kate A. Berry

). Social risks of environmental crises: Implications of drought in North America . In H. Koff (Ed.), Social Cohesion in Europe and the Americas: Power, Time and Space (pp. 169 – 181 ). Brussels : PIE Peter Lang . Carey , M. , Jackson , M

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Human rights-based service delivery

Assessing the role of national human rights institutions in democracy and development in Ghana and Uganda

Richard Iroanya, Patrick Dzimiri, and Edith Phaswana

The human rights-based service delivery approach emphasizes that sustainable democracy and development cannot be divorced from recognition, respect, and protection of fundamental human rights of people in any given sociopolitical space. This

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Coronavirus with “Nobody in Charge”

An open reflection on leadership, solidarity, and contemporary regional integration

Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda

The Editors’ Note is a space for us to introduce important themes addressed by the articles in each issue of Regions & Cohesion . We will, of course, complete this task. However, before doing so, we take this opportunity to write about our world

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James Gerber

by behaviors and institutions that originate on the other side of the border. Those influences make border communities a unique space that is neither completely the United States nor completely Mexico. And, while the influences dissipate with distance

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Conceptualizing sub-national regional cooperation

Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia case study

Diana Morales

public and private universities and serves as a preexisting space of interaction and knowledge exchange. Local governments and local public sectors as facilitators In the CCLC, local governments are partners characterized by limited degrees of

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From war to development

Women leading the nation

Leymah Gbowee

to increase the taxes on the market. Twenty-five thousand women participated! There was no Twitter or Facebook at that time. No cell phones. Twenty-five thousand women came out for protests over two months. They took over the spaces of the men, burned

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Naila Maier-Knapp

–ASEAN inter-regional space for interaction and, hence, fueled political cohesion at the ASEAN regional level. Although this article focuses on three prominent cases of crisis-centered framings, it furthermore alludes to other types of political frames that