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Reading List: 10 Recommended Books Published in Translation

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Between 10 and 14 December 2018, the LSE Review of Books blog has been running a Translation and […]

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    Book Review: Global Health Governance in International Society by Jeremy Youde

Book Review: Global Health Governance in International Society by Jeremy Youde

In Global Health Governance in International Society, Jeremy Youde reflects on the challenges facing global health governance and the […]

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    Book Review: European Security in Integration Theory: Contested Boundaries by Kamil Zwolski

Book Review: European Security in Integration Theory: Contested Boundaries by Kamil Zwolski

In European Security in Integration Theory: Contested Boundaries, Kamil Zwolski revisits the archive of two theories of international and […]

  • Permalink The bridge is jointly owned by the Federal Bridge Corporation and the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. It is operated by the Seaway International Bridge Corporation, which came under the control of the Federal Bridge Corporation from the Saint Lawrence Seaway Authority in 1998.

Previously known as the Cornwall-Massena International Bridge, the SIB was a private bridge whose outstanding stock was purchased by the Saint Lawrence Seaway Authority (Canada) and the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (U.S.) in 1957. It was incorporated in Canada five years later.

The bridge consists of the South and North Channel Bridges. The South Channel Bridge was opened in 1958, and spans the St. Lawrence Seaway. The North Channel Bridge, opened in 1962, connects the City of Cornwall to Cornwall Island.

In 2000, the international border crossing that the Seaway International Bridge comprises was named the Three Nations Crossing, in honor of the Mohawks of Akwesasne who inhabit the region. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seaway_International_BridgeGallery

    Book Review: Invisible Countries: Journeys to the Edge of Nationhood by Joshua Keating

Book Review: Invisible Countries: Journeys to the Edge of Nationhood by Joshua Keating

In Invisible Countries: Journeys to the Edge of Nationhood, Joshua Keating presents five present-day cases of border debates, humanising the issues […]

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    Book Review: Europe and Northern Ireland’s Future: Negotiating Brexit’s Unique Case by Mary C. Murphy

Book Review: Europe and Northern Ireland’s Future: Negotiating Brexit’s Unique Case by Mary C. Murphy

In Europe and Northern Ireland’s Future: Negotiating Brexit’s Unique Case, Mary C. Murphy offers a multi-layered account of the consequences of […]

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    Reading List: 15 Recommended Reads on Colonial Histories, Colonial Legacies

Reading List: 15 Recommended Reads on Colonial Histories, Colonial Legacies

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In this reading list, […]

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    Reading List: 5 Recommended Reads for the Armistice Day Centenary

Reading List: 5 Recommended Reads for the Armistice Day Centenary

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11 November 2018 is the centenary of the […]

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    Book Review: The Blue Frontier: Maritime Vision and Power in the Qing Empire by Ronald Po

Book Review: The Blue Frontier: Maritime Vision and Power in the Qing Empire by Ronald Po

In The Blue Frontier: Maritime Vision and Power in the Qing Empire, Ronald C. Po challenges the notion that the Qing […]

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    Book Review: Fighting for Peace in Somalia: A History and Analysis of the African Union Mission (AMISOM), 2007-2017 by Paul D. Williams

Book Review: Fighting for Peace in Somalia: A History and Analysis of the African Union Mission (AMISOM), 2007-2017 by Paul D. Williams

In Fighting for Peace in Somalia: A History and Analysis of the African Union Mission (AMISOM), 2007-2017, Paul D. […]

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    Book Review: Fifty Years of The Battle of Algiers: Past as Prologue by Sohail Daulatzai

Book Review: Fifty Years of The Battle of Algiers: Past as Prologue by Sohail Daulatzai

In Fifty Years of The Battle of Algiers: Past as Prologue, Sohail Daulatzai not only offers an ode to The Battle of Algiers, exploring […]

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    Book Review: Race Women Internationalists: Activist-Intellectuals and Global Freedom Struggles by Imaobong D. Umoren

Book Review: Race Women Internationalists: Activist-Intellectuals and Global Freedom Struggles by Imaobong D. Umoren

In Race Women Internationalists: Activist-Intellectuals and Global Freedom Struggles, Imaobong D. Umoren traces the lives of three black women activist-intellectuals—Una […]

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    Book Review: Understanding Central Europe edited by Marcin Moskalewicz and Wojciech Przybylski

Book Review: Understanding Central Europe edited by Marcin Moskalewicz and Wojciech Przybylski

In Understanding Central Europe, editors Marcin Moskalewicz and Wojciech Przybylski bring together 65 contributors from the region to explore […]

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    Book Review: Nordic Nationalism and Penal Order: Walling the Welfare State by Vanessa Barker

Book Review: Nordic Nationalism and Penal Order: Walling the Welfare State by Vanessa Barker

In Nordic Nationalism and Penal Order: Walling the Welfare State, Vanessa Barker offers an account of the pre-conditions that allowed for […]

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    Book Review: Rebelocracy: Social Order in the Colombian Civil War by Ana Arjona

Book Review: Rebelocracy: Social Order in the Colombian Civil War by Ana Arjona

In Rebelocracy: Social Order in the Colombian Civil War, Ana Arjona challenges dominant accounts of the actions of rebel […]

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    Book Review: Russia and the European Court of Human Rights: The Strasbourg Effect edited by Lauri Mälksoo and Wolfgang Benedek

Book Review: Russia and the European Court of Human Rights: The Strasbourg Effect edited by Lauri Mälksoo and Wolfgang Benedek

In Russia and the European Court of Human Rights: The Strasbourg Effect, Lauri Mälksoo and Wolfgang Benedek bring together fifteen established […]

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