Cross Border Disputes: A Global Overview

  • Blessymol M.C. and Dani Achamma George
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  • Blessymol M.C.

    LL.M. student at CSI College For Legal Studies, Kottayam, India

  • Dani Achamma George

    LL.M. student at Govt. Law College, Trivandrum, India

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An overview of regional cross-border cooperation and coordination worldwide is provided in this article. In the age of globalisation, there appears to have been a special rise in cross-border collaboration brought about by greater trade between regions of the world; this cooperation has taken several forms, ranging from close business relationships to the subsequent cross-border institutionalisation. But the reasons behind such kinds of cross-border collaboration in different parts of the world are different: The idea made here is that regional drivers dictate the types of contacts, ranging from no relations to intense trading and government-like forms of collaboration, for the aim of a comparative analysis of cross-border relations. The main forces behind cross-border contacts, trade, do not, however, always result in more cross-border governmental activism, nor does government institutionalisation of cross-border relations always lead to more economic integration.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 1332 - 1336

DOI: Comparative analysis, Foreign relations, Democracy

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