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London ; New York : I.B. Tauris, 2017
viii, 401 stran : mapy ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-1-78453-898-9 (vázáno)
Library of Arctic studies ; 3
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 375-385, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
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CONTENTS // List of Illustrations ix // Part I Background // Introduction 3 // 1. Identity Formation in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region 8 // Introduction: The Creation of the Barents Region 8 // The Region-building Approach 10 // Self and Other in Identity Formation 11 // Alleged We-hood\ The Return from a Historical Parenthesis 13 The Fragility of We-hood 14 // ‘The Cultural Counter-argument’ 17 // The Identity of Contrasts’ 19 // Conclusion 23 // Part II Environmental Discourse in the European Arctic // 2. Fish Discourse: Norway, Russia and the Northeast // Arctic Cod 27 // Introduction 27 // The Concept of Discourse Analysis 28 // The Study of Environmental Discourse 30 // Scientific Recommendations and Established Quotas Since 1990 33 // Defining Major Discourses 34 // Conclusion 45 // VI // International Politics in the Arctic // 3. East Meets West: Deliberations on the Environment 48 // Introduction 48 // The Study of Environmental Discourse 49 // Environmental Issues in the European Arctic 51 // Defining Major Discourses 53 // Brokering Scientific Knowledge 63 // Storylines and Metaphors 65 // Embeddedness and Discourse Classification 66 // Conclusion 69 // Part III Implementing International Environmental Agreements in the Russian North // 4. From Air Pollution Control to Nuclear Safety: // Why Implement? 75 // Introduction 75 // Implementation: The ‘What’s, ‘Why’s and ‘How’s 76 // What’s the Problem? 80 // What’s to be Implemented? 83 // Implementation
Performance and Target Compliance 86 // Implementation Activities 87 // Discussion 93 // Conclusion 99 // 5. Implementing Global Nature Protection Agreements 102 // Introduction 102 // The Global Nature Protection Regimes 104 // Implementation of the Agreements in Russia 106 // Domestic Implementation Activities 113 // Conclusion 122 // Part IV Combating Communicable Diseases in Northwest Russia // 6. Western vs Post-Soviet Medicine: Donors and // Dilettantes 127 // Introduction 127 // DOTS in Russia and the Baltic states 129 // General Receptiveness to Western Ideas 139 // Conclusion 146 // Contents // VII // 7. Patriots, Doctors and Happy Soviets 149 // Introduction 149 // Interpreting Qualitative Interviews 150 // Health Initiatives from the West 152 // The Interview Scene: ‘Cast and Interpretation 153 // Part V Russians in the Borderlands // 8. How to be a Northerner 165 // Borderlands, Identity, Narrative 165 // Interview 1: ‘When I told them how I lived, // they went all misty-eyed’ 169 // Interview 2: ‘If you’d asked me last year, I would have said Murmansk was the best place in the world’ 172 // Interview 3: ‘The north is like a bottomless pit dragging you down’ 174 // Negotiating Stereotypes about North and South 176 // The Vocabulary Available — Identity as Narrative 181 // Changing Borders? 185 // Conclusions 187 // 9. How to be a Russian 190 // Introduction 190 // Interview 1: ‘Their eyes are always wide open’ 190 // Interview 2: ‘As nations,
they’re on the decline’ 191 // Interview 3: ‘Everything over there predisposes // them to equanimity’ 192 // Exploring Stereotypes about Scandinavians 193 // The Words to Say It — Identity as Narrative 201 // New Borderlands? 204 // Narrative Juggling 209 // Part VI Post-Agreement Bargaining in the Barents Sea // 10. Making Russia Comply: Bargaining Precautionary // Fisheries Management in the Barents Sea 215 // Introduction 215 // Approaches to State Compliance with International Treaties 217 Post-agreement Bargaining 219 // vin // International Politics in the Arctic // The Norwegian —Russian Fisheries Management Regime in the Barents Sea 222 // Norwegian—Russian Bargaining Experiences 225 // Why does Russia Comply? 229 // Post-agreement Bargaining Revisited 235 // 11. Fishing Field Deliberations 237 // An Observers Account 238 // Russian Fishers’ Accounts in the late 1990s 246 // Russian Fishers’ Accounts Ten Years Later 250 // Bargaining Dynamics 254 // Bargaining Results 258 // Post-agreement Bargaining Revisited 262 // Part VII Arctic Talk, Russian Politics // 12. ‘The Global Fight against Canada in the Arctic’ 267 // Identity and Foreign Policy 267 // All the Way to the Pole 270 // ‘The Global Fight’ 274 // ‘The Arctic is our Everything’ 281 // Our Ocean, Our Future, Our Foes 285 // 13. ‘They’ll Squeeze us Out, it’ll be the End’ 292 // Endless Negotiations, Big Compromise 292 // ‘They’ll Squeeze us Out’ 297 // Our Common Kitchen
Garden 307 // The Principle of Fairness, the Ultimate Betrayal 309 // Defending the Other Self 317 // In-between Past and Future 321 // Notes 323 // Bibliography 375 // Index 387
(OCoLC)989056858

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