Entre marge et interface, recompositions territoriales à la frontière franco-brésilienne (Guyane / Amapá)

Abstract : Brazil and France share a common border of over 700 km via French Guiana, a French Overseas monodepartmental region, and Amapá, State of the Federal Republic of Brazil. Socio-spatial margin at all scales despite the strong socio-economic differential it marks, the Franco-Brazilian border has become since the 1990s a political interface, support for the revival of the Franco-Brazilian international relations and of the relations between French Guiana and Amapá. The thesis raises the question of this gap, focusing on the estuarine portion of the border river of the Oyapock, around the towns of Saint-Georges (French Guiana) and Oiapoque (Brazil) ; a significant bi-national bridge is under construction between these two towns, despite their road connection as margins to the regional polarities of Cayenne and Macapá.
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Madeleine Boudoux d'Hautefeuille. Entre marge et interface, recompositions territoriales à la frontière franco-brésilienne (Guyane / Amapá). Géographie. Université des Antilles-Guyane, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012AGUY0504⟩. ⟨tel-00694759⟩

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