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Political Geography: World-Economy, Nation-State, and Locality
Prologue: episodes in the life and times of a sub-discipline 1 A world-systems approach to political geography 2 Geopolitics revived 3 Geography of imperialisms 4 Territorial states 5 Nation,Expand
Introduction to Geopolitics
Prologue 1. A Framework for Understanding Geopolitics 2. Setting the Global Geopolitical Context 3. Geopolitical Codes: Agents Define their Geopolitical Options 4. Representations of GeopoliticalExpand
Spatializing Social Networks: Using Social Network Analysis to Investigate Geographies of Gang Rivalry, Territoriality, and Violence in Los Angeles
Social network analysis is an increasingly prominent set of techniques used in a number of social sciences, but the use of the techniques of social network analysis in geography has been challengedExpand
Cities, War, and Terrorism: Towards an Urban Geopolitics
are mobilized to articulate questions of social power, struggle, and conflict with changing regimes of politicalecological urban governance in Los Angeles and Toronto. While entering this problematicExpand
Mapping the Dynamism of the United States' Geopolitical Code: The Geography of the State of the Union Speeches, 1988–2008
The changing geographical foci of the geopolitical code of the United States are examined by a content analysis of the presidential State of the Union Speeches between 1988 and 2008, the last year ofExpand
The Geopolitics of China’s Maritime Silk Road Initiative
ABSTRACT China’s “One Belt, One Road” project is comprised of two components: the Maritime Silk Road Initiative (MSRI) and the Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB)—that were announced separately in 2013.Expand
Community Emergency Response Teams: From Disaster Responders to Community Builders
As the Gulf Coast hurricanes of 2004 and 2005 made abundantly clear, rural communities are often left on their own to meet the emergency needs of their own residents. This is increasingly true in anExpand
The Geography of the Nazi Vote: Context, Confession, and Class in the Reichstag Election of 1930
Abstract Competing theories of why voters in Weimar Germany chose the NSDAP (Nazi party) have been only partially supported; the notion of a “catch-all” party, with voters in different classes andExpand
How the United States justified its war on terrorism: prime morality and the construction of a ‘just war’
Just war theory has a long established reputation in the social sciences for evaluating the morality of the military actions of states. However, this analysis has rested upon assumptions ofExpand
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