Wartość dodana współpracy transgranicznej dla regionów przygranicznych Gruzji i Azerbejdżanu

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Tinatini Dvalishvili

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Europejski kontekst współpracy transgranicznej pokazuje, że angażuje ona wszystkich interesariuszy z różnych poziomów terytorialnych w intensywny dialog oparty na współpracy. Podejście to sprawia, że sąsiadujące regiony są bardziej odporne zarówno na istniejące, jak i przewidywalne zagrożenia i jest w dużej mierze skoncentrowane na praktycznym rozwiązywaniu problemów związanych z potrzebami lokalnymi. Niezależnie od (nie)materialnych korzyści, jakie zapewnia europejska perspektywa transgraniczna, rzeczywistość transgraniczna Azerbejdżanu i Gruzji, gdzie nadal dominuje tradycyjne rozumienie granic, jest bardzo odmienna. Badanie terenowe wykazało, że lokalne społeczności terytorialne nie mają jednolitego stosunku do pogranicza i swoich sąsiadów, a samorządom brakuje władzy i wiarygodności, aby samodzielnie radzić sobie z lokalnymi wyzwaniami. W przeciwieństwie do europejskiej współpracy transgranicznej, ten kontekst nie obejmuje elementów oddolnego planowania transgranicznego i lokalnie zinstytucjonalizowanych form współpracy.

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Dvalishvili, T. (2020). Wartość dodana współpracy transgranicznej dla regionów przygranicznych Gruzji i Azerbejdżanu. Środkowoeuropejskie Studia Polityczne, (3), 147-164. https://doi.org/10.14746/ssp.2020.3.8
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Tinatini Dvalishvili, Uniwersytet Państwowy Ilia w Gruzji

Tinatini DVALISHVILI – doktor filozofii w dziedzinie nauk politycznych, Uniwersytet Państwowy Ilia w Gruzji.

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