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Urban 'Foreign Policy' and Domestic Dilemmas in Swiss and European City Regions
Transnational city-cooperation is pursued as a means of strengthening a city region's position in the face of global pressures, where the capacity to 'jump scales' is believed to widen the room for manoeuvre. According to the rescaling literature, international activities of city regions, which are currently mushrooming at a global and especially European scale, can be seen as a major vector for city region's strategies to strengthen their bargaining position in the international marketplace.doi:10.5167/uzh-46772 fatcat:qu2h63yw5ngulazfbmrnvo3kga