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There is a huge difference between Soviet and post-Soviet Russian geographical science. In the USSR there were a certain number of experts who were hiding in science from the totalitarian state. Science provided "cover". After the collapse of the USSR, many scientists left. Who remained is a representative of a significantly different type of scien...
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Through a study of the Indian Central Relief Committee for Tibetans and the American Emergency Committee for Tibetan Refugees, this article maps the multiple dimensions of Indian and American civil society advocacy on behalf of Tibet in the immediate aftermaths of the Dalai Lama’s 1959 flight to India: anticommunism, imperialism, discourses of reli...
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We are dealing with a fundamental novelty. It is connected with the existence of an openly invasive concept, focused on the purposeful destruction of the Westphalian order. We are talking about the Russian concept of relativistic political geography. It cannot be defined as scientific knowledge. But this is a completely sufficient scientific basis...
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The debate on the existence and relevance of a rural–urban divide in France has been revived in recent years. This article reviews studies showing France as a peculiar case of strong geographical divides in political behaviour, such as support for the EU or vote for the radical right. Various explanations of this divide have been advanced by French...
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Exploration of dynamic human activity gives significant insights into understanding the urban environment and can help to reinforce scientific urban management strategies. Lots of studies are arising regarding the significant human activity changes in global metropolises and regions affected by COVID-19 containment policies. However, the variations...
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The Issue: This line of work is seeking to facilitate an ongoing critical conservation around, and a platform for, action research in an inter-disciplinary fashion, between academically-engaged but also activist practitioner type of international-outlooking social workers and political geography. The specific lens here is Palestine (i.e. OPT) under...
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The paper analyzes the regime in Israel/Palestine using a political geographical perspective. It demonstrates how a combination of colonial, national, capitalist and liberal forces have put in train a process of “deepening apartheid” in the entire territory controlled by Israel—between River and Sea. This undeclared regime has been established to g...
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The transboundary aquifer concept envisaged in the United Nations Resolution 63/124 has had a significant impact on the evaluation of transboundary aquifers. In the Mexico- U.S.A. case, it has not been possible to officially determine the total number of shared aquifers, therefore, the evaluation of groundwater is to be settled; it represents a lac...
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Desde la geografía política, España plantea una ambivalencia asimétrica entre unidad y pluralidad, aunque más allá del rompecabezas territorial, se puede entender como forma propia de organización territorial adaptada a los retos contemporáneos. En el presente estudio teórico, nos centraremos en primer lugar en entender el origen de esta pluralidad...
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Full-scale war of 2022 of the Russian Federation against Ukraine was expected and predicted. The complete failure of the military aggression of the Russian Federation was a pleasant surprise. The war destroyed the image of Russia's superpower. The war also destroyed a large number of expert images about the modern world. The Ukrainian reaction to t...
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China's One Belt and One Road (New Silk Road) initiative, after it was proposed by the President of China in 2013, became an important issue and received a lot of attention from global and regional research centers. The attention of researchers, think tanks and research centers to this project is due to its magnitude, importance, and global effects...
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Es extenso el desarrollo que ha tenido, al interior de las ciencias sociales, la dimensión del territorio y el espacio en clave sociopolítica. Desde el siglo XIX autores como Friedrich Ratzel, iniciaron trabajos en torno a la geografía política, mientras que, desde la sociología, Alexis de Tocqueville, en La Democracia en América, caracterizaba las...
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This study examines the reception of the state sciences in eighteenth-century Hungary. It argues that the genres of historical topography and political geography had a substantial role both in the adaptation of state description (Staatsbeschreibung) and in initiating the conflict between various state visions, based on the reappraisal of historical...
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The debate on the political role of Ratzel's thinking during the first half of the 20th century usually focuses on Nazi Germany and the concept of Lebensraum, but provides little information about its reception in other linguistic contexts. In order to fill this gap, the paper explores the re-elaboration of Ratzel's political geography in Italy fro...
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Political Geography has a long and complex history. It has oscillated between being the central focus of geographical inquiry and being an academic chagrin that faded into scholarly obscurity. In recent decades, Political Geography has again captured the interest of geographers and political scientists alike, encompassing a broad array of conceptua...
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In the decisive responses to protest movements in Ethiopia and Cameroon between 2015 and 2018, state control and repression were facilitated by colonial-corporate digital infrastructures and neo-imperial techno-political configurations. In both cases, resistance was met with pervasive state-initiated and corporate-sanctioned internet shutdowns and...
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Regional convergence is one of the greatest strategic challenges for the Russian Federation. Socio-economic zoning directly affects the regional policy in Russia, as most administrative and political practices are reproduced within a federal district or an economic region. This study is aimed at identifying steady clusters or, in other words, group...
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La formazione e l’utilizzo della rappresentazione cartografica, com’è noto, assume, in Geografia politica, un particolare peso. Pare, tuttavia, che questa considerazione, debba tutt’oggi considerarsi una pura valutazione accademica; infatti, in alcune recenti pubblicazioni che pongono l’accento su un particolare caso, il corridoio del Wakhan si not...
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Most of the global population that lack access to electricity services live in sub-Saharan Africa. Peri-urban areas of large African cities, often characterized by the presence of informal settlements, exist in a kind of ‘scalar limbo,’ unable to benefit from either access to the city grid or from programs aimed at the electrification of rural area...
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‘Environment, Social and Governance’ (ESG) considerations have received increasing attention as components that inform responsible investments in mining and global material supply. In ESG, governance variables have been mostly regarded as internal firm structures and broad national institutional strength, neglecting closer observations on economic...
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This article analyses the dynamics of economic, social, and political linkages on a West African axis between Morocco, Mauritania, and Senegal, focusing on the commercial sphere and its modalities (commercial spaces, transportation of goods, actors). Combining analyses of the strategies of institutional actors (in particular the role of the Morocca...
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The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), constructed 2016-2017, is just one of numerous energy pipelines in the United States. As with many pipelines, environmental impact is a potential and a concern, but opposition to the DAPL became more intense than opposition to other pipelines, even reaching the national and international stages. Though competing n...
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Biological invasions represent a key threat to insular systems and have pronounced impacts across environments and economies. The ecological impacts have received substantial focus, but the socioeconomic impacts are poorly synthesized across spatial and temporal scales. We used the InvaCost database, the most comprehensive assessment of published e...
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This study aimed to reconstruct the early history of the Hadiya Kingdom. With the rise of the Solomonic Dynasty in 1270, an epoch of military, political, and cultural expedition of the Christian kingdom to the south began. The political geography, an early campaign of the Christian kingdom against the Kingdom of Hadiya, its impact on the kingdom of...
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Debates on nationalism and ethno nationalism have intensely developed during the early decade of political reformation in Indonesia, that is, in the early 2000s. At that point, the demand for segregation from the Republic of Indonesia emerged from several districts, such as Riau and Papua. In this era, the sentiment to decentralised from the Republ...
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Democracies employ elections at various scales to select officials at the corresponding levels of administration. The geographical distribution of political opinion, the policy issues delegated to each level, and the multilevel interactions between elections can all greatly impact the makeup of these representative bodies. This perspective is not n...
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This response builds with Farhana Sultana's 2022 Political Geography plenary address on “The Unbearable Heaviness of Climate Coloniality” to analyze climate coloniality as an atmospheric form of violence. Drawing on the work of Franz Fanon and Achille Mbembe, I consider how climate coloniality manifests through the logics of necropolitics, includin...
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This essay introduces the special issue. The issue connects a serious policy effort to increase renewable electricity in a densely populated economic region, Massachusetts, to the environmental and social changes and political conflicts in more remote rural regions where the necessary infrastructure must be built. Readers are oriented to Hydro-Québ...
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This study aims to develop the design of geography learning materials containing Indonesian geopolitics as a systemic program to strengthen national character in the Department of Geography Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Medan. The specific target to be achieved is the production of textbooks on geography learning materi...
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Kwame Nkrumah, one of the leading advocates for African unity and the importance role of industrialization among African nationalists, espoused what became in 2013 the second aspiration of the African Union Agenda 2063: An integrated continent, politically united and based on the ideals of Pan-Africanism and the vision of Africa's Renaissance. Yet...
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Sports joint ventures and Organizes performance Sports Geography Political Geography, Tourism Geography, Medical Geography. Sport is skill management and training and developing tactics and strategies. Social the game is its own to organize the differences contains means. Competitive aspects of the game Refer to practices of inclusion and exclusion...
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This essay reviews the following works: Bandits and Liberals, Rebels and Saints: Latin America since Independence. By Alan Knight. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2022. Pp. xvi + 423. $35.00 paperback. ISBN: 9781496229786. Latecomer State Formation: Political Geography and Capacity Failure in Latin America. By Sebastián Mazzuca. New Haven, C...
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September 30, 2022 can be considered as one of the epochal dates of the collapse of the Russian Federation. The state border of the Russian Federation can be destroyed through the formation of a large number of People's Republics. There are 4 precedents and their formalization. A paradigm has been laid for the creation of such formations as the mos...
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Once confined to paper, national cartographic projects increasingly play out through spatial data infrastructures such as software programs and smartphones. Across the Global South, foreign donor-funded digital platforms emphasize transparency, accountability and data sharing while echoing colonial projects that consolidated state-based territorial...
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La Comunità Autonoma della Catalogna è situata fra il Mar Mediterraneo e la catena montuosa dei Pirenei nel nord della Penisola Iberica. Negli ultimi anni la regione è stata teatro di tensioni politiche a causa della crescita del movimento indipendentista che ha portato nel 2017 alla dichiarazione unilaterale di indipendenza dal Regno di Spagna pro...
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Urban governance innovation is being framed as an imperative to address complex urban and global challenges, triggering the adoption of novel institutional forms, approaches and techniques. Urban political geographers are still some way off fully apprehending the dynamics of these innovations and their potential to reconfigure the composition and p...
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This paper investigates divergences in levels of affective polarization across Belgian regions around the 2019 elections. Elaborating on the relative deprivation theory, we analyse the role of current and long-term socioeconomic regional inequalities and of geographical distance separating regions. Empirically, we aggregate individual-level measure...
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Far right movements are waging a battle against pluralistic and democratic societies in Germany and beyond. Insofar as they seek to reorder the relationship between society, power, and space, they are inherently geographical and geopolitical projects. It is therefore no surprise that the rise of a new far right in recent years has sparked attention...
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This book is an interdisciplinary research work designed to be of interest to a broad range of academics. The book examines the relationship between democracy and the (trans)formations of urban spaces through comparative perspective. It engages with the ideas of ‘modernity’ in architecture and investigates how they might align (or not) with other f...
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Understanding the war of 2022 between Russia and Ukraine and all its consequences is unthinkable without a detailed study of the spatial representations that dominate in Russia. As a special case, it is necessary to investigate the history of Soviet and Russian geographical science. It gives a general "scientific" idea of space. Nikolai Baransky pl...
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Depending on the direction of geographical research, the rashist orientation in the Russian Federation manifests itself in significantly different ways. The situation in the recreational geography of the Russian Federation is considered. Due to its specificity, it cannot be as aggressive as political geography and geopolitics. The main specificity...
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Relations between Sri Lankan Tamils and Tamil Nadu are indigenous. They are multidimensional. They span politics, geography, history, commerce, literature, art, culture, religion, and worship. Due to the popularity of Tamil personalities, it is common for their names to influence the cultural spheres of Sri Lankan Tamils. It is common practise to p...
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https://www.routledge.com/Political-Geography-of-Cities-and-Regions-Changing-Legitimacy-and-Identity/Terlouw/p/book/9780367678159# This monograph presents a novel typology of relational and territorial perspectives on legitimacy and identity. This typology is then applied to two different political and historical contexts, namely the trajectories...
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OS PRIMEIROS SETE DOUTORES DA AFRICA LUSOFONA - DOIS DE SÃO TOMÉ E PRÍNCIPE; o E 4 OUTROS GRANDES NOMES DE MOÇAMBIQUE DOUTORAMENTO: AREA CIENTIFICA, LOCAL, DATA, NATURALIDADE 1 -FRANCISCO FREDERICO HOPPFER- Medicina, Universidade Livre de Bruxelas, sec XIX,Cabo Verde 2 -ANICETO MONTEIRO-Matemática, Paris, 1939, Angola Aniceto Monteiro mantem-...
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A obra está composta em seis partes com 23 capítulos. Na primeira parte, com o título que serviu de chamada para o evento, “A integração sul-americana e regiões periféricas”, discutem-se as centralidades e periferias em regiões continentais em processos de integração com as contribuições de Aldomar A. Rückert & Camilo Pereira Carneiro Filho no capí...
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This book contains most of the papers presented at the session of the same title held during the annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Bern in September 2019. Although we know of numerous Bronze Age archaeological sites in western Asia Minor, including some very large ones, remarkably little archaeological fieldwork has be...
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This study uses a quasi-experimental method, Geographic Regression Discontinuity Design (GRDD), to evaluate the actual effect of establishing Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta urban agglomerations on enterprise innovation. GRDD is a design in which a geographic boundary splits the units into treated and control areas in an as-if random fash...
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The image of the label in countries with great tradition, the upgrading with some measure is beneficial, being a permanent reminder of the sources of basic imagery. Labels showing traditional varieties and vineyards, with a long history, have become brands for the regions or the countries of origin. These labels bring more value and exist by identi...
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O presente texto tem como objetivo fazer uma análise crítica da guerra entre a Rússia e a Ucrânia, ora em andamento. Para tanto, inicialmente, buscamos situar no tempo e no espaço a feitura histórica da Geografia Política e da Geopolítica dos seus territórios, ou seja, seus atores sociais, estruturas, processos funções e formas, como ressalta Milto...
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O problema dos recortes espaciais é recorrente na geografia e estes recortes, como outros temas fundadores da disciplina, nunca saem da pauta quaisquer que sejam os novos rumos e novos ares a orientar suas pesquisas e análises. O objetivo deste artigo é retomar e avançar a discussão sobre o recorte municipal como o espaço de vida da sociedade e com...
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On February 24, 2022, the Russian occupation of Ukrainian territory was launched. An issue of extreme complexity that was presented by the Western press manicheistically as the “Putin War”. The media version hides the interests of transnational companies in the energy sector, especially from the United States. Those groups compete with Russian comp...
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Em 24 de fevereiro de 2022 teve início a ocupação russa do território ucraniano, tema de extrema complexidade que passou a ser apresentado maniqueisticamente pela imprensa ocidental como a “Guerra de Putin”, versão que é parte de uma estratégia midiática que esconde os interesses de grandes grupos do setor energético, sobretudo dos Estados Unidos,...
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The article identifies the Sundarbans landscape as a ‘marginal scape’ in the context of the Marichjhapi Massacre of 1979. It applies the conservationist vs. environmental (in)justice approach of ecocriticism to Amitava Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide and Deep Halder’s Blood Island: An Oral History of Marichjhapi Massacre. It relates the idea of environment...
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O artigo discute como o chamado design especulativo pode ser vinculado à extrapolação tecnocientífica, uma importante característica do gênero da ficção científica, para cotejar e prototipar cenários potenciais e modelos imaginados, porém viáveis, de futuro. O trabalho sublinha importantes nuances entre diferentes abordagens ao design especulativo,...
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The governance of international river is an important geopolitical issue due to its economic, social and ecological attributes. Most existing research approaches this subject from the perspectives of realism and institutionalism, which mainly focus on water-related conflicts and cooperation among different sovereign nations. Hegemonic stability and...
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The geography and geopolitics of Turkistan are subjects of considerable interest. In the present geopolitical landscape of Inner Asia and Central Asia, it assumes new significance. The present study represents the cultural (ethnic) and political geography of Turkistan. Besides taking stock of ethnicity and geography, this research also evaluates th...
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Argument What is the legacy of the hegemonic pursuits of warlords that were drafted from among the Viking raiders, the German knights, the Scandinavian and Polish kings, and the Russian tsars and leaders on Baltic Sea Region and Scandinavia? In what ways was the region redesigned on the political, ideological, geographical, and cultural levels? Wha...
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This study aims to determine the development of research with the theme political parties campaign in social media from 2015 to 2021. This research is a type of qualitative research with a literature study. This study uses the Scopus search engine to identify research related to Political Parties Campaign in social media from 2015 to 2021. This stu...
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Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : Michel Wauthion URBANITE, COMMUNAUTES ET LANGUES par Michel Wauthion Il n'y a plus personne aujourd'hui pour menacer la culture d'un coup de revolver ; on la célèbre avec des grands-messes médiatiques et des ministres la gèrent. D'ailleurs, ces grands commis de l'Etat servent accessoirement à garantir l'im...
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Infrastructures and their roles and connections to and in territories and territorialization processes have increasingly become objects of study in political geography scholarship. In this contribution, we build on these emerging insights and advance them by further conceptually disentangling the agential role of infrastructure. We bring together t...
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A partir da proposta do Editor da “Revista Espaço e Geografia” apresento alguns comentários a partir do ensaio “Geografia Política: o que é afinal e para que serve” de Iná de Castro1 com a finalidade de contribuir ao seu debate. Para tanto tenho o propósito de responder à seguinte pergunta: quais são as evocações que o texto me desperta enquanto do...
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Borders are sites of epistemic struggle. Focusing on the illegal tactic of the “pushback,” which is routinely deployed by state authorities to forcefully expel asylum seekers from European Union territory without due process, this article explores the uneven politics of knowledge that helps to support or unsettle this clandestine border violence. D...
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Renewables are imagined in India around features of ‘greenness’ and ‘cleanness’ and are presented as the modern pathway towards sustainable development and unlimited growth. But this shining story entails problematic land politics and the related (un)making of space for capital accumulation: previous property regimes and land uses are erased while...
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This article aims to contribute to the emerging field of psychoanalytic geopolitics by introducing a conceptualization of a geopolitics of ideological transference of political knowledge and belief. This is done through an extensive theoretical application of the Lacanian-Žižekian concepts of the "subject supposed to know," "subject supposed to bel...
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Corridors are central to contemporary processes of spatial reordering. On the African continent, they feature prominently in development planning at national, regional and continental scales. This article sheds light on the regional politics and supranational governance of cross-border corridors, aspects that have remained underrepresented in the b...
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In the context of Brazil-Paraguay historical relations, the construction of the Itaipu hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River – in the border between the two countries – was one of the most important initiatives (in political, economic and energy terms). The events between Brazil and Paraguay involving the Itaipu project are part of South America's...
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We study the comparative political economy within the territories ruled by the medieval republics in Northern Italy. Building on the historical evidence, we conceptualize the emergence of more inclusive vs. extractive institutions in these sovereign polities as driven by the interests of local rulers and their need to build state capacity. We provi...
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El 21 de julio de 1870 los principales vecinos de la ciudad de León y el cabildo, emprendieron las gestiones necesarias para crear una nueva entidad federativa que llevaría el nombre de Estado del Centro, la cual estaría compuesta por ayuntamientos de los estados de Jalisco y Guanajuato. A pesar de que se trató de un proyecto político que se llevó...
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In shaping environmental policy, knowledge is power. Yet the opposite is also true. Control over the absence of knowledge facilitates certain policy outcomes being deflected, obscured, or magnified in a way that furthers political, personal, or institutional ends. Applying previous work on ignorance studies and agnotology to the development of Camb...
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Parish baptism records allow for an in-depth analysis of questions about demographic variables, political geography by preferential godparents, the legal status or social quality of registered subjects, strategies, and choices in the godparent relationship, in order to recognize the hierarchies in a slave society molded in the values of the Ancien...
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The critical research agenda on smart cities has tended to assume a largely top-down orientation in which powerful actors like the state and corporations enact programmes to embed Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) in the urban landscape. Because of the way research has framed this relation of power, the dominant response has been to se...
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A América do Sul tem mantido um ritmo acelerado de mudanças políticas, econômicas e geopolíticas neste primeiro quartel do século XXI. Esse ambiente instável e, em alguns casos, turbulento impacta de diversos modos as trajetórias de seus países, as experiências em curso de arranjos regionais e sua projeção internacional. É para o cenário atual e su...
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Studies have reported alarmingly high rates of traumatic experiences for refugee populations. While nearly all refugees experienced trauma in their country of origin, a vast majority of those seeking protection abroad also face (extreme) violence during their journeys and once in the country of destination. By concentrating on the migratory experie...
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Anais do III CONGEO (Congresso Brasileiro de Geografia Política, Geopolítica e Gestão do Território). REBRAGEO: Niterói, 2019 ISBN 978-85-94029-247-9
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Along the internal EU border between Germany and Poland, border discourse has increasingly turned to issues of crime and insecurity, with voices speaking up for more controls and border closures. This paper analyses the way in which such border-related statements show features of populist communication by contextualizing this example within a wider...
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With the growth of communication and the development of cyberspace, governments have ofered various interpretations of basic policy concepts such as sovereignty, borders, identity and nation. Due to the impact and influence of cyberspace on government policies, it is necessary to conduct new research on these issues. Meanwhile, the representation o...
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Following geographically concentrated changes in housing markets, real estate prices have skyrocketed in many cities and metropolitan areas across Germany. These developments have not only shifted the macro-level distribution of asset wealth among homeowners but have also resulted in price spikes in rental markets, which in turn have intensified so...
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The interaction of a country with other countries in the neighbourhood is fundamentally affected by geography (physical, cultural, economic and political geography). These geographies define neighbourhood interaction and international relations. It also defines the geopolitics of the neighbourhood. On the other hand, the social and economic dimensi...
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In this paper we use the case of Nepal to advance political geographic analyses of how, during moments of rupture, territory act as an important political technology in state restructuring, and how urban demarcation along with other territorial structures of the state will play a significant role in this process. Nepal has experienced more than thr...
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Medellin and New Orleans were regularly presented as resilience flagships of the Rockefeller's 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) program. In this article, I will demonstrate how 100RC was embedded or abandoned in both cities' policies. The two case studies provide an opportunity to understand how the 100RC approach to resilience offered – or failed to o...
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The deterioration of bilateral relations between the US and China heralds a new chapter in geopolitics increasingly characterized by competition and confrontation. We introduce insights from contemporary Cold War historiography, which we suggest can help deepen our understanding of the present. Historians have largely rejected the notion that the C...
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To understand the crime in terms of space, we need to understand the geographical restructuring of spaces. The transformation of the space into a place has its own distinctive historical, social, cultural, and political geography, which is full of several stories, voices, and struggles over the means of survival. In context to Literary texts, Narco...
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This chapter explores the development of Nordic socio-spatial theories on nation, nationalism, and national identities. We begin by providing an overview of the body of theoretical work on nation by Nordic scholars, with attention to key authors, their main theoretical positions, and methodological orientations. We intend to show how the research a...
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p>O objetivo desta pesquisa é apresentar o desenvolvimento de um material didático que colabora no ensino de Geografia Política, através das tiras da personagem Mafalda, junto aos anos finais do Ensino Fundamental. O método adotado foi a construção de um website para facilitar ao professor estratégias de ensino em quatro categorias que contextualiz...
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Não por mérito pessoal, mas apenas em razão de acumular décadas de trabalho acadêmico, tive oportunidades maravilhosas de conhecer localidades interessantíssimas e conduzir pesquisas como as mencionadas acima (haveria muitos outros relatos como esses para compartilhar), as quais me permitem arriscar algumas observações gerais sobre o que gostaria d...
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Based on a textual analysis of the selected works of two writers from Turkey, Mehmed Uzun (1953–2007) and Mehmet Dicle (b.1977), as well as interviews with Kurdish writers and folklore collectors, this study focuses on the links between Kurdish folklore and modern Kurdish literature. Following Gregory Ashcroft's take on heritage, I argue that Kurdi...
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Looking at the Schengen Area or the European Union, we can see the Single Market with four freedoms that borders cannot create barriers for. However, borders still play their roles, even though we might not observe it in our daily live crossing from one EU member state to another. The rare almost "borderless" space within the EU also has its proble...
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Scholars of resistance have long identified and differentiated the distinctive features, contours, and boundaries of resistance in social life. However, some have characterised the resulting plurality of conceptual frameworks in resistance studies as ‘somewhat chaotic’ (Baaz et al. 2016: 137). In this Intervention, we play within the chaos at the c...
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Employing methodological perspectives from the fields of political geography, environmental studies, anthropology, and their cognate disciplines, this volume explores alternative logics of sentient landscapes as racist, xenophobic, and right-wing. While the field of sentient landscapes has gained critical attention, the literature rarely seems to q...
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The political geography called Nigeria is dynamic for several reasons. The plurality of Nigeria in terms of the different ethnic groups, cultures and religion attest to the dynamic character of the Nigerian state. These pluralities notwithstanding, the Nigerian state has undergone series of ideological and political clashes precipitated by the desi...
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Cet ouvrage propose la première histoire du fleuve Strymon et de ses interactions avec les sociétés riveraines prenant en compte les perspectives de l'histoire environnementale. S'appuyant sur des sources diverses, l'enjeu est de mettre en lumière la complexité des modes d’organisation de ce territoire sur une période charnière de quatre siècles (X...
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“Digital sovereignty” has become a buzzword in digital policies. Contrary to the imaginary of digital transformation as preceding an era of limitless global networking in the 1990s, approaches to state regulation and delimitation of data flows as well as programmes for national digital infrastructures are justified with calls for digital sovereignt...
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In this article, we use the COVID-19 pandemic to study governance through digital technologies. We investigate ‘digital contact tracing’ (DCT) apps developed in Austria and Norway and find their emergence, contestation and stabilisation as moments in which norms and values are puzzled through, and distributions of power change. We show that debates...
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Geography plays an important role in strategic planning. Russian strategy has remained preoccupied with the geography of the western border of Russia. The Black Sea played an important role in its western strategy. Since 1783, the seaports of Crimea became the home of the Russian Black Sea Fleet and Sevastopol became the chief port of the Russian B...
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The article follows up a contemporary discussion of the form of regional geography teaching, whose older concept leads to the reduction of problem-oriented topics typical of political geography, too. The aim of the article was to find out by the content analysis what political geography topics occur in school educational programs of Czech grammar s...