Spotlight on Borders: Insights from the border between Sweden and Denmark
- The Swedish-Danish border provides an example of cross-border mobility, trade and intergovernmental cooperation between two EU member states sharing cultural similarities but with separate currencies, neither of which is in a currency union.
- Cross-border flows may not be equal - one side of the border can have a gravitational pull on the other. Over 90% of cross border commuters travel from Sweden to Denmark.
- As in other European border regions, EU regulations provide a framework to promote cross-border mobility, but as regulations are implemented within distinctive national systems, differing entitlements and barriers to mobility may remain.
It is said that Greenland could be independent by 2037. One of the challenges for this is the number of powers that… https://t.co/SNCo1VDUzB
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The most important thing for the Department of Constitution in Greenland is public engagement and speaking to all a… https://t.co/RGkgl2UNO5
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