1 Referring to the whole range of the history of public international law, the creation of transboundary cooperation between local or regional authorities is a relatively new development, if some precursors of minor importance for today’s questions are set aside. The factual background behind this form of transboundary cooperation is obvious: regulatory problems, whether in the economic, environmental, or security field, or in other areas, are not confined within national borders even if they are only of regional or local importance. Neither the effects of...
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