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This book studies the impact of European integration and association on the transformation of border conflicts. The contributors examine five cases of border conflicts and reveal the conditions under which integration can lead to peace and stability.

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Thomas Diez is Professor of International Relations in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham.

Mathias Albert is Professor of Political Science in the Faculty of Sociology at Bielefeld University, Germany and a co-director of the Institute for World Society Studies.

Stephan Stetter is Associate Professor in Political Science in the Faculty of Sociology at Bielefeld University, Germany.

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