Political Geography: World-economy, Nation-state, and Locality

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Longman Scientific & Technical, Jan 1, 1993 - Political Science - 360 pages
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Dramatic changes have occurred since the publication of the second edition of this classic text in 1989. Key events include the demolition of the Berlin wall and the reunification of Germany, and the decentralization of the USSR. This third edition has not simply been revised, but completely rewritten to ensure it maintains its position as the best political geography text on the market. geographical pattern of world political development. Key areas covered include: geopolitics and the question of the post-Cold War order; imperialism and the increased divergence of 'North and South'; territorial state and the debates over the role of the state; nationalism and the meaning of its contemporary resurgence; and localities and the destruction of places through restructuring. year undergraduate students.

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A worldsystems approach to political geography
Geopolitics revived
Geography of imperialisms

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Taylor is professor in the Department of Geography at Loughborough University, England.

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