Nauka o polityce zajęcia w semestrze letnim 2004



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 dr Kazimierz Musiał

- Katedra Skandynawistyki -

Uniwersytet Gdański

 

Nauka o polityce



zajęcia w semestrze letnim 2004

 

 


Integration and Transformation in the Baltic Sea region


 

 

The course deals with issues concerning social and political development in the Baltic Sea Region after 1989. The introductory part of this course will elaborate upon the different approaches that have been used to study EU integration and regionalisation processes. This part of the course will provide students with a theoretical framework with which to analyse developments in the Baltic Sea Region. The main part of this course describes the changes and challenges that faced the region after 1989, and considers the life and institutions of the different countries in the region and their participation in Baltic Sea regionalisation processes.



 

Basic Literature:

 

AAREBROT, FRANK & TERJE KNUTSEN (eds. 2000): Politics and Citizenship on the Eastern Baltic Seaboard. Kristianstad: Høyskole Forlaget.



COOPER, ROBERT (1998): The Postmodern State and the World Order. London: The Foreign Policy Centre.

HUBEL, HELMUT (ed. 2002): EU Enlargement and Beyond: The Baltic States and Russia. Berlin Verlag.

MACIEJEWSKI, WITOLD (ed. 2002): The Baltic Sea Region. Cultures, Politics, Societies. Poznan: The Baltic University Programme.

ROSAMOND, BEN (2000): Theories of European Integration New York: St.Martin Press.

TOCZYSKI, WITOLD (ed. 2001): Rozwój Regionu Bałtyckiego. Gdańsk: Wydawnictwo UG.

                                   

                                   

 

Part One: Theories and Approaches to Regional Integration

 


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1. Introduction

CHRISTIANSEN, THOMAS (2001): “European and Regional Integration.” In: John Baylis & Steve Smith (eds.): The Globalization of World Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 494-518.

COOPER, ROBERT (1998): The Postmodern State and the World Order. London: The Foreign Policy Centre.

STIRK, M.R & D. WEIGALL (eds. 1999). The Origins and Development of the European Integration. London: Pinter.



 

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2. The Main Approaches for Studying Regional Integration

International Relations                                             Comparative Politics

Neo-Realism                                                           Intergovernmentalism

Neo-Liberalism                                                       Neo-functionalism    

Multi-level Governance                                           Neo-institutionalism

                                                                            Federalism

MURRAY, P. & P. RICH (1996): Visions of European Unity. Oxford: Westview, Chapters 4, 5 (pp. 76-85), 6, 15 and 16.

NELSEN, BRENT F. AND ALEXANDER C-G STUBB (1994): The European Union: Readings on the Theory and Practice of European Integration. Lynne Rienner, Document No.1 & Chapters 12 and 13.

ROSAMOND, BEN (2000): Theories of European Integration. Chapter 3





3. New Regionalism

HETTNE, BJÖRN (1999): “Globalization and the New Regionalism: The Second Great Transformation.” In: Björn Hettne et al (eds.): Globalization and the New Regionalism. London: MacMillan Press, pp. 1-24

LÄHTEENMÄKI, KAISA (2000): “Regionalization in the Change of the European System.” In: Björn Hettne et al (eds.): National Perspectives on the New Regionalism in the North. London: MacMillan Press, pp. 19-43.

KATZENSTEIN, PETER J. (1996): “Regionalism in Comparative Perspective.” In: Co-operation and Conflict 31(2), pp. 123-59.



Väyrynen, Raimo (2003) “Regionalism: Old and New.” In: International Studies Review  5, 25-52.

Critique of New Regionalism and alternative approaches

SCHMITT-EGNER, PETER (2002): “The concept of ‘region’: Theoretical and Methodological Notes on its ReconstructionJournal of European Integration 24.3, pp. 179-200.



 

Part Two: The Baltic Sea Region

 


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4. 1985-91:  The Baltic Sea Region no Longer Divided?

BURDELSKI, MARCELI (1997): “The Position of the Baltic Sea Region in the Politics of a United Germany.” In: 50 Years After World War II. International Politics in the Baltic Sea Region 1945-1995. Gdansk: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego, pp. 313-317.

RUNBLOM, HARALD (1997): “The Baltic Sea Region: Some historical perspectives.” In: 50 Years After World War II. International Politics in the Baltic Sea Region 1945-1995. Gdansk: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego, pp. 25-32.

BUZAN, BARRY ET AL (1991): The European Security Order Recast. London: Pinter.




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5. The Original Plans for Baltic Sea Region Co-operation and Integration: Ideas and Institutions

WÆVER, OLE (1992): “From Nordism to Baltism.” In: Sverre Jervell et al (eds.): The Baltic Sea Area. A Region in the Making.

STALVANT, CARL-EINER (1999): “The Council of Baltic Sea States.” In: Andrew Cottey (ed.) Subregional Cooperation in the new Europe. Building Security, Prosperity and Solidarity from the Barents to the Black Sea.

STRÅTH, BO (2000): “The Baltic as Image and Illusion: The Construction of a Region between Europe and the Nation”. In: BO STRÅTH (ed.) Myth and Memory in the Construction of Community. Historical Patterns in Europe and Beyond. Bruxelles: P.I.E.-Peter Lang, pp. 199-214.




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6. The ‘Nordic’ states

The end of the Nordic?

JUKARAINEN, PIRJO (1999): “Norden is Dead – Long Live the Eastwards Facing North. Geopolitical Re-making of Norden in a Nordic Journal.” In: Cooperation and Conflict 34(4), pp. 355-82.

WÆVER, OLE (1992): “Nordic Nostalgia: Northern Europe after the Cold War.” In: International Affairs

Debate in Co-operation and Conflict (2001) on the Nordic and the EU:

NEUMANN, IVER B. (2001): “The Nordic States and European Unity.” In: Cooperation and Conflict 36(1), 87-94.

TIILIKAINEN, TEIJA (2001): “Nordic Integration Policy Seen from Abroad.” In: Cooperation and Conflict 36(1), 95-8.

INGEBRITSEN, CHRISTINE (2001): When do Culture and History Matter? A Response to Neumann and Tiilikainen.” In: Cooperation and Conflict 36(1), 99-103.



Nordic Influence in the Baltic States

ARCHER, CLIVE (1999): “Nordic Swans and Baltic Cygnets.” In: Cooperation and Conflict 34(1), pp. 47-71.

ARNSWALD, SVEN AND MATTHIAS JOPP (2001): The Implications of Baltic States’ EU Membership. Helsinki: The Finnish Institute of International Affairs, pp. 20-31.


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7. The Baltic States

Comparing intra-Baltic State Co-operation in the Post-WWI and Post-Cold War Periods:

LEHTI, MARKO (1999): “Sovereignty Redefined: Baltic Cooperation and the Limits of National Self-determination.” In: Cooperation and Conflict 34(4), pp. 413-43.

LEJIŅŠ, ATIS (1997): “The Quest for Baltic Unity: Chimera or Reality?” In: Atis Lejiņš and Zaneta Ozolina (eds.) Small States in a Turbulent Environment: The Baltic Perspective. Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs, pp. 147-83.

VAREIKIS, EGIDIJUS AND JŪRATĖ ZYGELYTĖ (1998): “The Eastern Baltic Subregion: Conflict and Cooperation.” In: Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review 2.



Assessing Relations between the EU and the Baltic States

ARNSWALD, SVEN AND MATTHIAS JOPP (2001): The Implications of Baltic States’ EU Membership. Helsinki: The Finnish Institute of International Affairs, pp. 32-44.

BENNICH-BJÖRKMAN, LI (2002): “Are the Baltic States Ready to Join the EU?” In: Maciejewski, Witold (ed. 2002): The Baltic Sea Region. Cultures, Politics,     Societies. Poznan: The Baltic University, pp. 361-67.

VAN ELSWEGE, PETER (2002): “The Baltic States on the Road to EU Accession: Opportunities and Challenges.” In: European Foreign Affairs Review 7, pp. 171-92.



Identity

NEKRAŠAS, EVALDAS (2000): “Is Lithuania a Northern or Central European Country?” In: Lithuanian Political Science Yearbook 1999. Vilnius

WENNERSTEN, PETER (1999): “The Politics of Inclusion: The Case of the Baltic States.” In:  Cooperation and Conflict 34(3), pp. 272-296.

 

Relevant chapters in Aarebrot and Terje Knutsen (eds. 2000) and Hubel (ed. 2002), and Lieven, Anatol (1994): The Baltic Revolution. London: Yale University Press




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8. Germany, Poland, Russia

Germany: Driving the EU and leaving the Baltic to the Northern Länder?

Relevant chapters in Hubel (ed. 2002)



Poland: Where is the Baltic Sea?

MUSIAL, KAZIMIERZ (2002): “Poland as a Baltic Sea State in the Process of  Joining the EU.” In: Helmut Hubel (ed. 2002): EU Enlargement and Beyond: The Baltic States and Russia. Berlin Verlag, pp. 41-71.

TOCZYSKI, Witold: RELEVANT chapters and Basic data

Relevant chapters in Aarebrot and Terje Knutsen (eds. 2000)



Russia

TASSINARI, FABRIZIO (2002): “Russian Self-identity and the Baltic Sea Region: Trajectories of Russian Integration.” In: Paul Holtom and Fabrizio Tassinari (eds.): Russian Participation in Baltic Sea Region Building: A Case Study of Kaliningrad. Gdańsk: BaltSeaNet Working Papers 5, pp. 9-35.

Relevant chapters in Aarebrot and Terje Knutsen (eds. 2000) and Hubel (ed. 2002)

Russian-Baltic Relations:

HERD, GRAEME P. (1999): “Russia’s Baltic Policy after the Meltdown.” In: Security Dialogue 30(2), pp. 197-212.

MOROZOV, VIATCHESLAV (2001): The Baltic States in Russian Foreign Policy Discourse: Can Russia become a Baltic country? Copenhagen: COPRI Working Paper 8.

Russian Regions

MAKARYCHEV, ANDREI S. (2000): Islands of Globalization: Regional Russia and the Outside World. Zurich: Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research Working Paper 2.

OLDBERG, INGMAR AND JAKOB HEDENSKOG (2000): In Dire Straits: Russias Western Regions between Moscow and the West. Stockholm: FOA.

Regional Case Studies

HOLTOM, PAUL (2002): “Kaliningrad in 2001: From Periphery to Pilot Region.” In: Paul Holtom and Fabrizio Tassinari (eds.): Russian Participation in Baltic Sea Region Building: A Case Study of Kaliningrad. Gdańsk: BaltSeaNet Working Papers 5, pp. 9-35.

TKACHENKO, STANISLAV (2002): Regionalization of Russian Foreign Policy: The Case of St Petersburg. Zurich: Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research Working Paper 21.

 

Part Three: Baltic Sea Regionalisation Today

 


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9. Alternative Frameworks for Studying Baltic Sea Regionalisation

BROWNING, CHRISTOPHER S. (2001): The Region-Building Approach Revisited: The Continued Othering of Russia in Discourses of Region-Building in the European North. Copenhagen: COPRI Working Paper 6.

CHRISTIANSEN, THOMAS ET AL (2000): “Fuzzy Politics Around Fuzzy Borders: The European Union’s ‘Near Abroad’.” In: Cooperation and Conflict 35(4), pp. 389-415.

RYDÉN, LARS (2002): “The Baltic Sea Region and the Relevance of Regional Approaches.” In: Maciejewski, Witold (ed. 2002): The Baltic Sea Region. Cultures, Politics, Societies. Poznan: The Baltic University, pp. 7-29.




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10. Northern Dimension

Mazur-Barańska, Agnieszka: "Wymiar północny" Unii Europejskiej. w: Sprawy Międzynarodowe Nr 2/2000.

NYBERG, RENE (2000): “The Baltic as an Interface between the EU and Russia.” In: James Baxendale et al (eds.): The EU and Kaliningrad: Kaliningrad and the Impact of EU Enlargement. London: The Federal Trust, pp. 43-57.

OJANEN, HANNA (2000): “The EU and Its ‘Northern Dimension’: An Actor in Search of a Policy, or a Policy in Search of an Actor?” In: European Foreign Affairs Review 5, pp. 359-76.

STÅLVANT, CARL-EINAR (2001): The Northern Dimension: A Policy in Need of an Institution? Gdańsk: Wydawnictwo Universytetu Gdańskiego, BaltSeaNet Working Papers 1.



Security Communities

HYDE-PRICE, ADRIAN (2002): “The European Union as an Actor in the Baltic Sea Region.” In: Helmut Hubel (ed. 2002): EU Enlargement and Beyond: The Baltic States and Russia. Berlin Verlag, pp. 41-71.



MOURITZEN, HANS (2001): “Security Communities in the Baltic Sea Region: Real and Imagined.” In: Security Dialogue 32(3), pp. 297-310.



 

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