Arctic and North

Norwegian-Russian Arctic frontier: from the whole districts to the Pomor region

Версия для печати

Zaikov К. S, Nilsen I. P.

Specific entry: Geopolitics

Load article (pdf, 1.6MB )

Annotation

In this magazine, the authors analyze the major years in the history of Russian-Norwegian border, highlighting the three key stages: 1) the Middle Ages and early modern times − a period of frontier zone and overall fiscal district, gradually diminishing in the process of penetration of the state to the north; 2) the Soviet period with nearly hermetic state border; 3) the modern period, with the process of integration, transparent boundaries and initiatives to create a modern form of “general district”.

About authors

Zaikov Konstantin Sergeevich − Ph.D., Institute of History and Religious Studies, University of Tromsø (Norway).

Nilsen Yens Petter − Professor, Institute of History and Religious Studies, University of Tromso (Norway).

Keywords

Norwegian-Russian border, Pomor land, general district, History, Russian-Norwegian relations

DOI

UDC

327(470+481)(091)(045)


     

        Indexed in:


Индексируется в РИНЦ    

 KiberLen.jpg   

 Индексируется в DOAJ 

Индексируется в NSD 

Индексируется в InfoBaseIndex

 

RSCI-WOS.jpg

OAJI

logo_erihPlus.jpg

crossref-logo-landscape-100.png

cropped-cropped-EuroPub2-2.png

scilitLogo_white.png

Руконт.png

Антиплагиат.png

ebsco_publishing.jpg

google.jpg

British-Library.png

Jisc-Log-big.png

Oxford.jpg

road-issn.png