Political Geography: World-economy, Nation-state, and Locality
Dramatic changes have occurred in the political world arena since the publication of the last edition of this classic text in 1989 including such major changes as the demolition of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany, followed closely by the collapse of the USSR and explosion of nationalism in eastern Europe. Rewritten to ensure that it maintains its position as the best political geography text on the market.
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A worldsystems approach to political geography
Geography of imperialisms
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Africa American areas B-phase basic boundaries Britain British capital capitalist central centre Chapter cities Cold Cold War colonies communist competition concept conflict core countries core-area cultural cycles defined democratic described dominant eastern Europe ecological economic elections electoral geography Empire ethnic European example federal formal imperialism geopolitical codes geopolitical world-order Germany global groups Heartland theory hegemony heritage ideas identified ideology important India informal imperialism instance institutions inter-state system interests interpreted Kondratieff Kondratieff waves labour liberal democracy localities major Marxist mobilization modern nation-state nationalism nationalist neighbourhood effect nineteenth century operating organization particular pattern period periphery political geography processes produce protectionism provides regions relations scale semi-periphery social social imperialism socialist sovereignty Soviet Soviet Union spatial strategy structure studies territory theory traditional unequal exchange United urban USSR voting Wallerstein world political map world-economy world-systems analysis zones