Monthly Briefing

Welcome to the Borders in Globalization Project’s Monthly Briefing page. Here you will find an archive of BIG’s monthly briefings, which are available for download in PDF form. These briefings are short, and written in an accessible way in order to enable non-experts and border scholars alike to gain insight into the work that this project has done over the past few years. Each of the monthly briefings will be posted on this page as they are released to partners, stakeholders, and other interested groups. If you are interested in the work being profiled, please visit our research projects page to find the projects cited in each briefing.

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December 2019 - Vol 1, No. 11.
Migration: A Multidimensional Challenge for 21st Century Policy

November 2019 - Vol 1, No. 10.
Sustainability and crisis in the Anthropocene

October 2019 - Vol 1, No. 9.
The Carpathian Euroregion: A case study in cross-border governance

September 2019 - Vol 1, No. 8.
Understanding history is critical to understanding the borderlands

August 2019 - Vol 1, No. 7. 
Culture Matters: Understanding the impacts of culture on economic development and security in the borderlands

July 2019 - Vol 1, No. 6.
Chilly communities in Atlantic Canada: While formal supports for immigrants are plentiful, community inclusion remains

June 2019 - Vol 1, No. 5
For North American commerce, the border remains an impediment

May 2019 - Vol 1, No. 4
Prairie Borders: History, Culture and Space

April 2019 - Vol 1, No. 3
Talking past each other: Immigration, resettlement, and jurisdiction in British Columbia

March 2019 - Vol 1, No. 2
In the Prairies and Great Plains, local and regional cooperation matter

February 2019 - Vol 1, No.1 
Bottlenecks at the Alaska/Yukon border create headaches for Arctic enterprise