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  • André Siegfried, an unconventional French political geographer. (Political geographers of the past II)
  • Political Geography as a mirror of political geography
  • Geographical periodical ; Political geography ; Research ; Scientific publication
  • Géographie politique ; Political geography ; Publication scientifique ; Recherche ; Revue géographique
  • Political geographers of the past V : The political career of Sir Halford Mackinder
  • A geographical political economy of evolution in economic geography
  • Economic geography ; Institution ; Political economy ; Political geography
  • Where in the world are we? Geographic understanding for political survival and progress
  • Partial reprint of an article written by an American political geographer still alive in 1990 and first published in 1953 on the North Atlantic orientation of the USA in the post-World War II era. - (DWG)
  • Trends in political geography
  • Geographical renaissance at the dawn of the Millennium
  • Apartheid ; Electoral geography ; Land ; Political geography ; Research ; Segregation ; South Africa ; Town
  • The sub-discipline of political geography has been a small but vibrant section of geographical research in South Africa in the last thirty years. In large measure this reflects the turbulent history of the country as apartheid planning involved
  • the spatial ordering of society, while the post-apartheid era has witnessed the beginning of the readjustement of that society to a different political philosophy. - (AJC)
  • Political geographers of the past: Isaiah Bowman, political geography and geopolitics
  • Etude analytique sur la pensée du géographe américain Isaiah Bowman à propos de la géographie politique. Frontières pas toujours claires entre la géographie politique comme démarche universitaire et la géopolitique comme idéologie. (ALS).
  • Political geographical issues of Hungary's accession to the European Union
  • European integration ; Hungary ; International relations ; Political geography ; Years 1990-99
  • In this paper the changes in the political geographical position of Hungary after the collapse of communism are examined. Special attention is paid to the gradual democratisation process of the country and the reestablishment of the old ties
  • András Rónai, le géographe politique
  • Biography ; Geographer ; Hungary ; Political geography
  • ANDRÁS (R.) ; Biographie ; Géographe ; Géographie politique ; Hongrie
  • Homage to the Hungarian geographer András Rónai. Acknowledgement to his role in the development of Hungarian political geography. - (AM)
  • Globalization as a political invention : geographical lenses
  • Epistemology ; Geopolitics ; Globalization ; Governance ; Policy ; Political geography ; System
  • The political-geographical evolution of Transnistria
  • Autonomy ; Colonization ; Ethnic composition ; Moldavia ; Political geography ; Separatism
  • The State, development and politics in Ghana
  • Development ; Ghana ; Political geography ; Political life ; State
  • This source book written by Ghananian scholars includes useful geographical material. - (EMS)
  • Political geography and the environment
  • Environment ; Man-environment relations ; Political geography ; Resource management
  • Discussion of how new political geographical theory can be applied to environmental issues. - (DWG)
  • Delimitation ; Election ; Electoral district;Electoral ward ; Political geography ; Political party ; United States
  • Examples of gerrymandering in the U.S.A., referring to a geographic device for electoral discrimination. - (DWG)
  • The burden of the past : geographical perspectives on current affairs
  • Ethnicity ; Historical geography ; National identity ; Political geography ; Practice of geography ; South Africa
  • The revival of historical consciousness and a greater emphasis on place have significant positive implications for geographers, particularly in South Africa at a time of political and social transition. - (AJC)
  • Géographe ; Histoire de la géographie ; Hongrie ; Rôle du géographe ; Siècle 20 ; TELEKI (P.)
  • Geographer ; Geographer's role ; History of geography ; Hungary ; Twentieth Century
  • This paper deals with the historical role of count Paul teleki, geographer and prime minister of Hungary in the inter-war period. As A. states Teleki was the best educated and qualified scientist politician of Hungary between the two world war
  • and he wanted to serve and not to rule. The political development of the period and the political role of Teleki is investigated. - (JS)
  • Geography and socio-political transition : challenges and opportunities for professional and scientific societies in South Africa
  • Geographical association ; Organization ; Political reform ; Practice of geography ; Social change ; Society ; South Africa
  • The role of professional and scientific societies in the transformation of South African society are outlined. The specific challenges to the geographical community are then examined to offer a role for the new unified South African Society
  • of Geographers. - (AJC)
  • Ecopolitical discourse : « environmental security » and political geography
  • Environment ; Environmental degradation ; International relations ; Political geography ; Security ; Sovereignty ; State ; Territory
  • Recent reviews of global politics and the future of security policy have repeatedly raised environmental themes. This juxtaposition raises numerous issues of relevance to geographical inquiry. Security is tied closely to themes of sovereignty
  • and political community understood in territorial terms.
  • International migration and the politics of admission and exclusion in postwar Europe
  • Destination country ; Europe ; Immigration ; Immigration policy ; International migration ; Naturalization ; Political geography ; Refugees ; Sovereignty
  • The paper provides a discussion of the complex economic, political and social forces impinging on the politics of admission and exclusion and an analysis of how these forces have been operating in a particular historical and geographical context
  • Jean Gottmann: French regional and political geographer extraordinaire
  • Biography ; French school ; Geographic school ; Political geography ; Regional geography ; Spatial analysis ; Territoriality
  • throws light on Gottmann's general approach to geography, which helps in understanding his later urban studies. It also illuminates his other major roles, as regional and as political geographer, plus his seminal contributions to spatial analysis.