August 22, 2013

The Journal of Cross Border Studies in Ireland

Current issue

Previous journals

  1. Number 8
  2. Number 7
  3. Number 6
  4. Number 5
  5. Number 4
  6. Number 3
  7. Number 2
  8. Number 1

Number 9 – 2014

Journal 9 cover

Contents:

Foreword
Colette Fitzgerald

Chairperson’s Introduction
Helen Johnston

Toward a Border Development Zone
Philip McDonagh and Maureen O’Reilly

Draft Solidarity Charter for the Economic Revilalisation of the Irish Border Development Corridor
(Draft September 2014)

A Comparison of Governance Forms for Cross-Border Cooperation within the EU
Hynek Böhm

The All Island Local Authority Forum: Strategic Leadership
Anthony Soares

Europe on the Threshold of a New Dimension in Cross-Border Cooperation
Andreas Kiefer

The Interview: A Tool for Peacebuilding? Reflections on the Peace Process: Layers of Meaning Project
Anna Bryson

Cross-Border Cooperation and Peacebuilding in Ireland
Ruth Taillon

Women and Peace: 15 years on
Lynn Carvill

REVIEWS

Women, Peace and Security: Women’s Rights and Gender Equality:
Developing and Applying Women, Peace and Security Practice in
Northern Ireland/Ireland Strategic Guide and Toolkit
(Reviewed by Ruth Taillon)

Transforming Conflict Through Social and Economic Development:
Practice and Policy Lessons from Northern Ireland and the
Border Counties”
(Reviewed by Thomas Haverty)

European Border Regions in Comparison: Overcoming
Nationalistic Aspects or Re-Nationalization?
(Reviewed by Katy Hayward)

Border Encounters: Asymmetry and Proximity at
Europe’s Frontiers
(Reviewed by Anthony Soares)

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Number 8 – 2013

Journal 8 cover

Contents:

A Word from the Chair
Helen Johnston

North-South Cooperation in 2013: towards an ever closer working relationship
Interview with Sir George Quigley

Beyond the Belfast Agreement: economic relations within these islands
John Bradley

Impact Assessment: developing an innovative methodology to support cross-border cooperation
Ruth Taillon

Creating a future path for Archaeology in Ireland, North and South
Gabriel Cooney

The Newry-Dundalk ‘twin city’ region: 10 recommendations for further action
Pat McArdle

Galicia and North Portugal: from cross-border suspicion to Euroregional cooperation
Celso Cancela Outeda

North-South cooperation between Civil Society bodies: still disappointingly under-developed
Andy Pollak

Index of Journal articles, 2006-2012

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

  • INICCO-2 projects
  • INICCO-1 projects
  • Universities Ireland
  • SCoTENS
  • International Centre for Local and Regional Development (ICLRD)
  • Past research projects
  • Conferences
  • Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN)
  • What they say
  • Evaluation quotes
  • Extracts from the Centre’s 2011-2012 Financial Statements
  • Contact details

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Number 7 – 2012

Journal 7 cover

Contents:

A Word from the Chair
Helen Johnston

‘As an island, let us show the world what we can really do’
Interview on North-South cooperation with the Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD

The Agreement Generation: Young People’s views on the cross-border relationship
Aoibhin de Burca and Katy Hayward

Rethinking Regional Renewal: Towards a cross-border Economic Development Zone in Ireland
John Bradley and Michael Best

North-South Research Collaboration: a drop in the international ocean
Brian Trench

A Paradox in Irish attitudes: Garret Fitzgerald and the North-South relationship
Eoin Magennis

Cross-Border Hospital Planning in Ireland: learning from local success stories
Shane McQuillan and Vanya Sargent

Cross-Border Undergraduate Mobility: an obstacle race that the students are losing?
Andy Pollak

Index of Journal articles, 2006-2012

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

  • INICCO projects
  • Universities Ireland
  • SCoTENS
  • International Centre for Local and Regional Development (ICLRD)
  • Past research projects
  • Conferences
  • What they say
  • Evaluation quotes
  • Extracts from the Centre’s 2010-2011 Financial Statements
  • Contact details

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Number 6 – 2011

Journal 6 cover

Contents:

A word from the chairman
Chris Gibson

‘We need to be big and generous towards each other’:
interview on North-South cooperation with the NI Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness MP MLA

By-passed places? The post-Belfast Agreement Border Region Economy
John Bradley and Michael Best

Keeping up with the neighbours: Human Rights protection, North and South, since the Belfast Agreement
Michael Farrell

The Dublin-Belfast rail line: the need for a better service to lower North-South economic barriers
Edgar Morgenroth

Food Security and Health on the island of Ireland: are we sleepwalking into a crisis?
Jane Wilde

Sønderjylland-Schleswig: from conflict to cooperation in the Danish-German Border Region
Martin Klatt

Cooperation Ireland: remaining relevant in a difficult recessionary age
Mary Minihan

Index of Journal articles, 2006-2011

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

  • INICCO projects
  • Universities Ireland
  • SCoTENS
  • International Centre for Local and Regional Development (ICLRD)
  • Past research projects
  • Conferences
  • What they say
  • Extracts from the Centre’s 2009-2010 Financial Statements
  • Contact details

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Number 5 – 2010

Journal 5 cover

Contents

A word from the Chairman
Chris Gibson

Making the here and now a better place:
interview on North-South cooperation with the Taoiseach, Brian Cowen TD

Along the Catalan and Irish borders: politics of memory and progress through good manners
Colm Toibin

Community development along the border: an instrument for the development of the cross-border region?
Brian Harvey

A sense of proportion in cross-border shopping: what the most recent statistics show
Eoin Magennis, Steve MacFeely and Aidan Gough

Dissolving Boundaries in North-South education
Roger Austin

Towards a Green New Deal on the island of Ireland: from economic crisis to a new political economy of sustainability
John Barry

University of Ulster and Letterkenny IT: a unique opportunity for higher education collaboration in the north-west
Pat McCloughan

Nationalism in the service of a better chance for a bigger life: a response to Robin Wilson
Eoin Ó Broin

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

  • Extracts from the Centre’s 2008-2009 Financial Statements
  • Contact Details

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Number 4 – 2009

Journal 4 cover

Contents

A word from the Chairman
Chris Gibson

“Business to be done and benefits to be gained”:
The views of Northern Ireland’s First Minister, Peter Robinson, on North-South cooperation

What role for North-South economic cooperation in a time of recession? Interviews with six business leaders and economists
Andy Pollak and Michael D’Arcy

Cross-border banking in an era of financial crisis: EU rules need not apply
Patricia Clarke and Ray Kinsella

Learning to be good neighbours: The role of cross-border spatial planning in Ireland
Francois Vigier

Dealing with cross-border sex offenders: Learning from the North’s multi-agency approach
Susan McKay

Voting for unity or union? The complexities of public opinion on the border issue
John Coakley

Towards cosmopolitanism? Renewing Irishness in the 21st century
Robin Wilson

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

  • Extracts from the Centre’s 2007-2008 Financial Statements
  • Contact details

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Number 3 – 2008

Journal 3 cover

Contents

A word from the Chairman
Chris Gibson

The Trade Unions and North-South Cooperation: Time for a Rethink?
Andy Pollak

Towards a new Tourism Brand for the Island of Ireland
Maureen Gaffney and Trevor Ringland

Lessons from an Institute for Cross-Border Cooperation on the Franco-German Border
Joachim Beck

SCoTENS: How Teacher Educators took the lead in North-South Cooperation
John Coolahan

Surveying the Sickbeds: Initial Steps towards Modelling All-Island Hospital Accessibility
Ronan Foley, Martin Charlton and Patricia Clarke

Tough Love: Local Cross-Border Cooperation faces the Challenge of Sustainability
Caroline Creamer, Neale Blair, Brendan O’Keefe, Chris Van Egeraat and John Driscoll

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

  • Extracts from the Centre’s 2006-2007 Financial Statements
  • Contact details

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Number 2 – 2007

Journal 2 cover

Contents

A word from the Chairman
Chris Gibson

‘Hello Stranger’: the Revival of the Relationship between Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland
Cathal McCall

Joined-up Thinking across the Irish Border: Making the Data more Compatible
Rob Kitchin, Brendan Bartley, Justin Gleeson, Mick Cowman, Stewart Fotheringham and Chris Lloyd

North-South Agenda Setting in the 1960s and 1990s: Plus ça change?
Michael Kennedy and Eoin Magennis

Partnership in Cross-Border Development: Symbolic Structure and Working Process
Caitriona Mullan

Learning from the Irish Border: Reflections on Poland and the Ukraine
John Bradley

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

  • Extracts from the Centre’s 2005-2006 Annual Report

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Number 1 – 2006

Journal 1 cover

Contents

A word from the Chairman
Chris Gibson

The Future of Cross-Border Co-operation: Issues of Sustainability
Liam O’Dowd

Is Cross-Border Co-operation Working? Some Lessons from Border Ireland
Eoin Magennis, Patricia Clarke and Joseph Shiels

Educational Co-operation on the Island of Ireland: Are the Good Years Ending?
Andy Pollak

Cross-Border Health Co-operation: From Optimism to Realism
Patricia Clarke and Jim Jamison

‘Ad Hoc’ Regionalism: Managing Growth through Spatial Planning – Learning from the American Experience
Francois Vigier, John Driscoll and Christa Lee-Chuvala

INFORMATION ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR CROSS BORDER STUDIES

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