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  • Activism ; Eighteenth Century ; Europe ; European Union ; Frontier ; Nineteenth Century ; Political geography
  • The article presents the academic achievements of ten Polish researchers or political activists living in the 18th and 19th centuries, all of whom presage European political unification in some degree, in that their work advocates for, and seeks
  • to highlight the necessity of, brotherhood and unity among European nations. Perhaps even more significantly, the liquidation of political borders and the creation of a commonwealth of free states on the European continent is also promoted strongly in the works
  • for a sovereign Ukraine to be established and were convinced that the state in question would be both large and powerful. However, they came up with a variety of different detailed visions when it came to Ukraine’s political boundaries, notwithstanding the fact
  • that all were for the inclusion of the entirety of territories inhabited by populations of Ukrainian origin. The intellectual work in question involving the development of political concepts would go on to supply the inspiration underpinning concrete
  • political undertakings. - (BJ)
  • Concept ; Eurasia ; Geopolitics ; German school ; Ideology ; Political geography
  • This paper focuses on the life, political activity and creative work of Karl Haushofer, the foremost German geopolitician whose political and ideological views played an important role in shaping his geopolitical visions and concepts. The main aim
  • Central Europe ; Concept ; Europe ; Policy ; Political geography
  • History of emergence and development of the notion of Mitteleuropa (Central Europe) in German political-geographical thought. Lengthy consideration is given to the classic book by J. Partsch Mitteleuropa, published in 1904. Particular attention
  • . Eichborn, K. Kautsky, R. Hilferding and the Polish economist Z. Daszyńska-Golińska. Attention is attracted to the fact that the notion of Mitteleuropa took on a multiplicity of meanings in both the political and geographical senses. - (BJ)
  • Concept ; Frontier ; Geopolitics ; History ; Poland ; Political geography ; Territory
  • and the political activists created new concepts which aimed at the restoration of independence. Border issues were considered among other questions. The A. presents views concerning the territorial extent of Poland represented by such names. Maps showing proposed
  • border lines are included in the text. All the concepts are based on Poland's historical borders which existed before 1772. The proposals were based upon historical, political, social, ethnic, religious and linguistic considerations. The A. has attempted
  • Concept ; Europe ; Political integration ; Years 1920-29 ; Years 1930-39
  • -war political integration of europe's states and nations. - (BJ)
  • British school ; Concept ; Geopolitics ; Heartland ; History of geography ; Political geography
  • of arousing intense polemics among academics. The content and valuable substantive features of the concept are first presented here, and then the scale of its political suitability. – (BJ)
  • Concept ; Eurasia ; Geopolitics ; Political geography ; Russia ; Sphere of influence
  • This article presents the geopolitcal concepts of Alexander Dugin, a contemporary political activist from Russia who represents the so-called Euroasiatic Movement. Dugin feels an affinity for the vision of Russia as a great continental empire, while
  • Appropriation of land ; Determinism ; Geographic school ; Geographical thought ; Geopolitical strategy ; Geopolitics ; German school ; Germany ; History of ideas ; Ideology ; Man-environment relations ; Political geography ; Power ; Territorial
  • , most especially as regards German politics in the first half of the 20th century. - (BJ)
  • Political migrations on Polish territories (1939-1950)
  • Geopolitics ; History of geography ; Political geography ; Russia
  • The article presents the history of the Euro-Asian movement, as an original concept of Russian political thought originating from the early 1920s. Its creators were convinced of the need to create a huge empire that would encompass a sizeable part
  • of geopolitics. Information on Kjellén’s attitudes to the world political situation of his day is also included. – (BJ)