Eiki Berg
Eiki Berg
Professor of International Relations, University of Tartu
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What kind of border regime is in the making? Towards a differentiated and uneven border strategy
E Berg, P Ehin
Cooperation and conflict 41 (1), 53-71, 2006
Identity and foreign policy: Baltic-Russian relations and European integration
E Berg, P Ehin
Routledge, 2016
Forms of normalisation in the quest for de facto statehood
E Berg, R Toomla
The International Spectator 44 (4), 27-45, 2009
Writing post-Soviet Estonia on to the world map
E Berg, S Oras
Political geography 19 (5), 601-625, 2000
Routing borders between territories, discourses and practices
H Van Houtum, E Berg
Routledge, 2018
Identity and institutions shaping cross-border co-operation at the margins of the European Union
J Boman, E Berg
Regional & Federal Studies 17 (2), 195-215, 2007
What makes sovereignty a relative concept? Empirical approaches to international society
E Berg, E Kuusk
Political Geography 29 (1), 40-49, 2010
Incompatible identities? Baltic-Russian relations and the EU as an arena for identity conflict
P Ehin, E Berg
Identity and Foreign Policy, 1-14, 2016
Who is entitled to ‘earn sovereignty'? Legitimacy and regime support in A bkhazia and N agorno‐K arabakh
E Berg, M Mölder
Nations and Nationalism 18 (3), 527-545, 2012
Local resistance, national identity and global swings in post-Soviet Estonia
E Berg
Europe-Asia Studies 54 (1), 109-122, 2002
Lost and Found: The WikiLeaks of De Facto State–Great Power Relations
S Pegg, E Berg
International Studies Perspectives 17 (3), 267-286, 2016
Borders and orders in Europe: Limits of nation-and state-building in Estonia, Macedonia and Moldova
E Berg, W Van Meurs
The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 18 (4), 51-74, 2002
Re-examining sovereignty claims in changing territorialities: Reflections from ‘Kosovo Syndrome’
E Berg
Geopolitics 14 (2), 219-234, 2009
Deconstructing border practices in the Estonian‐Russian borderland
E Berg
Geopolitics 5 (3), 78-98, 2000
Prologue: A border is not a border. Writing and reading borders in space
E Berg, H Van Houtum
Routing borders between territories, discourses and practices, 1-10, 2018
Parent States versus Secessionist Entities: Measuring Political Legitimacy in Cyprus, Moldova and Bosnia & Hercegovina
E Berg
Europe-Asia Studies 64 (7), 1271-1296, 2012
Scrutinizing a Policy of “Engagement Without Recognition”: US Requests for Diplomatic Actions With De Facto States
E Berg, S Pegg
Foreign Policy Analysis 14 (3), 388-407, 2018
Examining Power-sharing in Persistent Conflicts: De Facto Pseudo-statehood versus de JureQuasi-federalism
E Berg
Global Society 21 (2), 199-217, 2007
Spatial practices and time in Estonia: from post-Soviet geopolitics to European governance
P Aalto, E Berg
Space and Polity 6 (3), 253-270, 2002
Ethnic mobilisation in flux: revisiting peripherality and minority discontent in Estonia
E Berg
Space and Polity 5 (1), 5-26, 2001
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