Geopolitics: Past, Present and Future
Pinter, 1998 - 199 σελίδες
Geopolitics is concerned with the interface of geography and international relations. Parker traces geopolitics from its origins to today. Issues include the persistance of ethnic, national and religious conflicts, environmental problems, unequal resource use, and the impact of globalization. Above all there is the inadequacy of existing geopolitical structures and the need to devise new ones more relevant to the needs of the contemporary world.
War and the fall of Geopolitik
Peace and the rise of géopolitique
Towards a spatial typology of states
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Asia asserted associated basic became become behaviour bipolar blocs Braudel Britain Central centres of power characteristics China Cohen Cold Cold War concept conflict confrontation continent continental core region countries critical geopolitics cultural Demangeon dominant Drang nach Osten East eastern economic ecumene entity Europe European existence Fairgrieve France French frontiers geographical Geopolitical Process geopolitical thinking geopolitical world geopoliticians Geopolitik Germany global Halford Mackinder Haushofer Heartland hegemony human ibid idea imperial important Japan Karl Haushofer Kjellén land power Lebensraum London Mackinder's Mahan mappa mundi maritime world Mitteleuropa Modelski nation nation-state nature Nazi nineteenth century Normative oikoumene organisation Ottoman Empire Parker particular periphery Pivot political geography position possess Ratzel reality Rimland role Russian Empire sea power seen Soviet Union spatial Spykman structures term territorial expansion twentieth century United unity Weigert Western ecumene whole world order world power World War II world-economy World-Island world-view