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  • Sovereignty for security ? : the discourse of sovereignty in Estonia
  • Citizenship ; Discourse ; Economic integration ; Estonia ; Ethnicity ; Policy ; Security ; Sovereignty ; State
  • The Estonian sovereignty discourse hinges on the question as to whether or not international integration strengthens Estonia's national security against the Russian threat. Different assumptions and positions on the issue make possible a highly
  • The making of a void sovereignty : political implications of the military checkpoints in the West Bank
  • Frontier ; Governmentality ; Israel ; Palestinian Territories ; Policy ; Sovereignty ; Territorial control ; West Bank
  • The paper claims that a comprehensive analysis of Israeli forms of domination requires a spatial examination of the operation of sovereignty with an assessment of governmentalizing arrays. A Palestinian sovereignty is construed at the checkpoints
  • Articulated sovereignty : extending Mozambican state power through the Great Limpopo transfrontier park
  • Fauna ; Mozambique ; Natural resources ; Nature conservation ; Nature park ; Political geography ; Power ; South Africa ; Sovereignty ; Territory ; Trans-border area ; Zimbabwe
  • this transformation has been a profound expansion ofMozambican state power over and through the park. I address this tension by developing the concept of articulated sovereignty, which understands sovereignty as a heterogenous set of powers that are produced through
  • often unequal interactions with other actors, including foreign or extra-territorial actors. I additionally draw on articulate sovereignty to show that the state and territory, like sovereignty, are built through various articulations
  • with extraterritorial partners, thus drawing into question the sovereignty-state-territory triad. In short, articulated sovereignty sheds light on both the sovereignty complexities of transfrontier conservation projects like the LNP/GLTP and how sovereignty actually
  • Graduated and paternal sovereignty : Stephen Harper, operation Nanook 10, and the Canadian Arctic
  • Arctic Region ; Armament ; Canada ; Defence ; Geopolitics ; Political geography ; Security ; Sovereignty
  • Attention is given to how graduated sovereignty is a useful lens to interrogate territorial claims and the spatially varied performance of state power. The Canadian Government and the Prime Minister's Arctic policies and strategies are a case
  • in point. Graduated sovereignty is only one element. Using Operation Nanook 10 as a short case study, the paper considers how the government puts to work an uncertain future regarding the Canadian Arctic is materialised and then made actionable by invoking
  • both graduated and paternals forms of sovereignty.
  • Biopolitics, biopower, and the return of sovereignty
  • Biopolitics ; Concept ; Policy ; Sovereignty
  • Canada, the United States, and the Northwest passage : sovereignty to the side
  • Arctic Region ; Canada ; Environment ; Exploration ; Legislation ; Natural resources ; Navigation ; Security ; Sovereignty ; United States of America
  • Destroying Nahr el-Bared : sovereignty and urbicide in the space of exception
  • Conflict ; Lebanon ; Legal status ; Palestinians ; Political geography ; Refugee camp ; Sovereignty ; Terrorism ; War
  • Lebanese sovereignty and law are not fully enforced. In these spaces of exception, the looting, arson and vandalism took place without sanction.
  • The benefit-sharing principle : implementing sovereignty bargains on water
  • Guinea ; Mali ; Mauritania ; Senegal ; Sovereignty ; Trans-border area ; Water ; Water management ; Watershed
  • to engage in sovereignty bargains.
  • Political sovereignty, village reproduction and legends of origin: a comparative hypothesis
  • Expressing ‘nationhood’ under conditions of constrained sovereignty : postage stamp iconography of the Bantustans
  • Bantustan ; Citizenship ; Critical geopolitics ; Cultural studies ; Iconography ; National identity ; Political geography ; South Africa ; Sovereignty
  • , political authority, and international citizenship in efforts to claim sovereignty that served to reinscribe and reinforce factors contributing to the Bantustans’ experiences of constrained sovereignty.
  • Environmental justice and American Indian tribal sovereignty : case study of a land-use conflict in Skull Valley, Utah
  • Amerindians ; Colonialism ; Conflict ; Cultural landscape ; Environment ; Land ; Land use ; Social justice ; Sovereignty ; Tribe ; United States of America ; Utah
  • and politics of tribal sovereignty, the A. argues that a prolonged process of historical colonialism has produced a landscape of injustice in which the tribe's choices have been structurally limited. Conflict over the definition and practice of tribal
  • sovereignty at different geographical scales reveals the social, historical, and political-economic complexity of environmental justice.
  • Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; Federalism ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Post-modernism ; Sovereignty ; Space time ; State ; Territoriality
  • The A. argues for new medieval and postmodern conceptualizations of territoriality and sovereignty, which recognize that geographic space is becoming more complex and relative: conventional political concepts based on absolute space are increasingly
  • problematic for understanding the political complexities of globalization. The A. sketches transformations of sovereignty from medieval to modern, and from modern to postmodern. Contemporary configurations of political space are a complex mixture of new
  • Sovereignty and statelessness in the border enclaves of India and Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh ; Enclave ; Frontier ; India ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Sovereignty
  • Gaddafi, continentalism and sovereignty in Africa
  • Africa ; Economic cooperation ; Ideology ; International relations ; Political geography ; Power ; Regionalism ; Sovereignty
  • Of scales, networks and assemblages : the League of Nations apparatus and the scalar sovereignty of the Government of India
  • the scalar sovereignty of the Raj, through the travelling Commission of Enquiry into Traffic in Women and Children in the East in 1931.
  • Beyond the weak state : hybrid sovereignties in Beirut
  • Beirut ; Civil war ; Conflict ; Decision making process ; Geopolitics ; Lebanon ; Policy ; Sovereignty ; State ; Town
  • Tribal sovereignty and the problem of difference in environmental regulation : observations on measured separatism in Indian country
  • Amerindians ; Colonialism ; Difference ; Environmental conservation ; Federalism ; Human rights ; Policy ; Sovereignty ; Tribe ; United States of America
  • Contested boundaries : native sovereignty and state power at Wounded Knee, 1973
  • Amerindians ; Conflict ; Identity ; Land ; Policy ; Power ; South Dakota ; Sovereignty ; United States of America
  • Agamben, postcoloniality, and sovereignty in South Korea
  • Biopolitics ; Political geography ; Political power ; Post-colonialism ; South Korea ; Sovereignty
  • that Korea offers a valuable lens through which to read Agamben's critique of sovereignty.
  • Aleatory sovereignty and the rule of sensitive spaces
  • Applied geography ; Bangladesh ; Critical geography ; Frontier ; Georgia ; India ; Political geography ; Power ; Refugees ; Sovereignty
  • The AA. analyse aleatory sovereignty and the rule of sensitive spaces through the examples of Re-public of Georgia and on the border between India and Bangladesh. They demonstrate that camps and borders not only as the outcomes of humanitarian