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Boundaries, territory and postmodernity

Author: David Newman
Publisher: London : F. Cass, 2002.
Series: Cass studies in geopolitics, 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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  Read more...

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Genre/Form: études diverses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Newman
ISBN: 0714649732 9780714649733 0714680338 9780714680330
OCLC Number: 716807338
Description: 206 p. : ill.
Contents: Geopolitics renaissant - territory, sovereignty and the world political map, David Newman; de-territorialized threats and global dangers - geopolitics and risk society, Gearoid O Tuathail (Gerard Toal); international boundaries, geopolitics and the (post)modern territorial discourse - the functional fiction, Fabrizio Eva; on boundaries, territory and postmodernity - an international relations perspective, Mathias Albert; boundaries as social processes - territoriality in the world of flows, Anssi Paasi; beyond the borders - globalization, sovereignty and extra-teritoriality, Alan Hudson; a treaty of silicon for the treaty of Westphalia? - new territorial dimensions of modern statehood, Stanley D. Brunn; globalization or global apartheid? boundaries and knowledge in postmodern times, Simon Dalby; pseudo-states as harbingers of a new geopolitics - the example of the Trans-Dniester Moldovan Republic (TMR), Vladimir Kolossov and John O'Loughlin; regional identity and the sovereignty principle - explaining Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking, Mira Sucharov.
Series Title: Cass studies in geopolitics, 1.
Responsibility: ed. by David Newman.

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