Boundaries, Territory and Postmodernity

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David Newman
Taylor & Francis, 1999 - Political Science - 206 pages
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Contributions to this collection seek to determine the extent to which states and boundaries have, in fact, disappeared, or are simply changing their functions as we move from an era of fixed territories into a post-Westphalian territorial system. A group of international political geographers and political scientists examine the changing nature of the state, pointing to significant changes on the one hand, but equally noting the continued importance of territory and boundaries in determining the political ordering of the post-modern world.
 

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Contents

Territory
1
International Boundaries Geopolitics and
32
Globalisation Sovereignty
89
A Treaty of Silicon for the Treaty of Westphalia?
106
Globalisation or Global Apartheid? Boundaries
132
Abstracts of Articles
197
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