African borderlands are among the continent's most creative and most rapidly changing social spaces. Because their unique position offers more flexibility to social actors, they reflect changes on the national level more quickly and more radically than most inland locations. The Palgrave Series in African Borderlands Studies is the first series dedicated to the exploration and theoretical interpretation of African borderlands. It contributes to core debates in a number of disciplines and provides vital insights for practical politics in border-related issues, ranging from migration and regional integration to conflict resolution and peace-building.
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