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  • The International politics of natural resources
  • 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
  • to determine the admission of international migrants into national territory and community.
  • The political burden of sparseland development: some international consistencies
  • The political geography of presidential speeches, 1946-87
  • Foreign policy ; Geopolitics ; International relations ; Political geography ; United States ; View of the world
  • as a function of the domestic, political and international conditions is used to explain variations in the foreign policy.
  • A political communication-based view of the American presidency combined with a spatial-temporal framework of global politics provides the methodology for the analysis of presidential speeches. An environmental model, relating presidential behavior
  • On interrelations between internal and international migration
  • Internal migration ; International migration ; Migration ; Poland
  • in the professionnal literature on the political and social determinants as well as consequences of international migration. Against this background, an attemps is made in the present paper to identify possible associations between internal and international migration
  • International migration represents just one type of spatial population mobility, along with inter-regional, rural-urban, or intra-urban migration. The possible connections among various forms of migration are, however, only rarely traced
  • Environment ; Human rights ; International laws ; International organization ; Legislation ; Political geography ; Political power
  • Droit international ; Droits de l'homme ; Environnement ; Ethique ; Géographie politique ; Législation ; Organisation internationale ; Pouvoir politique
  • Nation-states in continental markets: the political geography of free trade
  • Economic impact ; Economic theory ; Free trade ; Geopolitics ; International trade ; Nation-state ; Political geography
  • Commerce international ; Etat-nation ; Géographie politique ; Géopolitique ; Impact économique ; Libre-échange ; Théorie économique
  • History of the free-trade idea and what it means in economic and political terms. Case study of the consequences of the Canada-U.S. free trade agreement on Canada shows that it is not a compretely benign idea. - (DWG)
  • 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.
  • Mapa polityczna swiata ze stanowiska prawa miedzynarodowego. (The political map of the world from the viewpoint of the international law)
  • Carte politique ; Droit international ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie politique ; Législation ; Monde ; Unité géopolitique
  • Establishing geopolitical units which, according to the international law, should be presented on a political map of the world. The author gives the definition of notions and categorizes those unites, putting them into two fundamental groups
  • the states, and the dependencies occupy an insignificant place of the world political map that haven't the most important attribute of a state. (d'après l'A.).
  • Apartheid cartography : the political anthropology and spatial effects of international diplomacy in Bosnia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina ; Ethnic community ; International agreement ; International relations ; Partition ; Political geography ; Segregation ; Territoriality
  • Accord international ; Bosnie-Herzégovine ; Ethnie ; Géographie politique ; Partition ; Relations internationales ; Ségrégation ; Territorialité
  • Beyond containers: internationality, interstateness, interterritoriality
  • International relations ; Internationalization ; National territory ; Political geography ; Sovereignty ; State
  • Practices, politics, performativities : documents in the international negotiations on climate change
  • Climate ; Climatic change ; Performativity ; Political geography ; Qatar
  • of documents as neutral media in politics by paying tribute to the performative role they play in organisational action. It concludes by arguing that they are not only the necessary condition for international politics but might also inform a social ontology
  • This article examines practices, politics, performativities in document production in the 2012 Doha Conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. First, it unpacks the manifold practical and material entanglements
  • of documents that are crucial for their production. Second, it discloses the political dimensions of routinised action and its supporting infrastructures by shedding light on the conflicting practices behind agreed documents. Third, it reconsiders the role
  • International symposium on political geography
  • Exploring the entry points for political ecology in the international research agenda on global environmental change
  • In this paper, it is tried to identify and explore in further detail some major entry points for the newly emerging field of political ecology in the Land-Use/Cover change (LUCC) research agenda. - (MT)
  • Silenced rivers: the ecology and politics of large dams
  • Dam ; Environment ; Hydraulic works ; Impact study ; Political geography ; Project
  • Devastating critique of the environmental effects and human consequences of dams around the world. Considers the powerful political and economic interests behing large dam projects, many proposed and built for large international aid projects
  • 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
  • International boundaries and territorial stability in the Middle East : an assessment
  • Asia ; Boundary;Frontier ; Coastal waters ; Conflict ; Geopolitics ; Middle East ; National territory ; Political geography
  • International boundaries in the Middle East are less likely to represent a major source of international stress than is generally perceived. Current political processes seem to be working in favour of the status quo and territorial stability
  • . The major maritime boundary disputes are concentrated in the Persian Gulf. Given political will to resolve problems of delimitation, the ultimate demarcation of boundaries should progress without serious conflict between states in the region.
  • Politics
  • Election ; International relations ; New Zealand ; Political geography ; Political life ; Political party ; Politics;Policy
  • Army ; Burma ; Diplomacy ; Geopolitics ; History ; Institution ; International relations ; Political geography ; Political regime ; Power
  • environment and the globalised world. The enduring “praetorian” policymaking process in Burma remains extremely opaque and sometimes seem to elude the rationality expected from political actors and state leaders. The work relates internal power dynamics
  • to both the internal structures of military rule as well as the full spectrum of foreign states with their diversified interests in Myanmar. Burma’s long road to democracy is far from over and its reintegration into the international politics is still
  • Burma has undergone some extraordinary developments since political power was transferred from the military regime of Than Shwe to the government of President Thein Sein in March 2011. The study reveals a “praetorian” Burma within its geopolitical
  • International science, domestic politics : Russian reception of international climate-change assessments
  • The analytical heart of the paper is a case-study analysis based on interviews with Russian scientists who have participated in international climate assessment exercises. Russian participants did not play a role as informational entrepreneurs