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  • The geopolitical aftermath of the Gulf War
  • Conflict ; Geopolitics ; Gulf War ; Political geography
  • Reflections on the Kurdish problem, Arab-Israeli conflict, and environmental destruction as a weapon of war. - (DWG)
  • Fred Kniffen and the Civil War
  • Civil war ; Historical geography ; Practice of geography ; Social history ; United States of America
  • Reminiscences of Professor KNIFFEN's interest in the war of secession. Interesting remarks on the effects of this national trauma on peoples and places. - (DWG)
  • Human settlements in Europe, post-war trends and policies
  • Mechanization of cotton production since World War II
  • World cotton technology since World War II
  • Reconstructing conflict : integrating war and post-war geographies
  • Conflict ; Critical geopolitics ; Geographical knowkedge ; Historical geography ; Political geography ; Power ; War ; World
  • In this book, which is conceived as an expression of critical geopolitics, reconstruction is identified as a process of conflict and of militarized power, not something that clearly demarcates a post-war period of peace. Challenging the familiar
  • dichotomy between war and peace, 15 chapters explore ways that war and peace are mutually constituted in the creation of historically specific geographies and geographical knowledges. Case studies are drawn from experiences in Afghanistan, Cyprus, France
  • Fertility change in Sri Lanka since the war: an analysis of the experience of different districts
  • Cold war geopolitics: ambassy locations
  • Diplomatic ties between countries during the Cold War, 1945-1991, are studied for the world, the USA, the Soviet Union, NATO and Warsaw Pact. With the collapse of the geopolitical arrangements of that era, embassy locations are also changing. - (DWG)
  • When the great planes came and made ashes of our city...: towards an oral geography of the disasters of war
  • Damage valuation ; Human ecology ; Impact ; Perception ; Town ; War
  • Several questions in the geography of armed violence are addressed here: the impact of acts of war upon civilian populations, the extreme experience of ordinary citizens in their home places, and a human ecology of disaster that emerges when its
  • victims speak for themselves. These issues are explores through the personal testimony of survivors of violents events, especially women, in industrial cities during the Second World War.
  • Researching militarized landscapes : a literature review on war and the militarization of the environment
  • Conflict ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Landscape ; Militarization ; Research ; War ; environment ; landscape ; militarization ; military environmentalism
  • , earth sciences and archaeology. It is structured around the areas of preparing for war, the battlefield, and the homefront. The challenge is to explore how war and landscapes reciprocally reproduce each other across time and space.
  • Diamond wars ? Conflict diamonds and geographies of resource wars
  • Africa ; Botswana ; Conflict ; Development ; Governance ; Natural resources ; Sierra Leone ; Vulnerability ; War ; World
  • Concept ; Geopolitics ; Social sciences ; Space ; State ; Territorial strategy ; War
  • This article highlights an understudied phenomenon : the relationship between space and war. The relationship between war and space is presented at two main levels, tactical and strategic. It is argued that despite many changes in relations between
  • war and space, physical space remains a key issue in any war and, as such, geographers should examine it. Such an examination cannot be limited to critical approaches or geographers will fall short in competition with scholars from other fields
  • A relational geography of war : actor–context interaction and the spread of World War I
  • Austria ; Decision ; Europe ; Hungary ; Network ; Political geography ; Power ; Spatial interaction ; Twentieth Century ; War
  • Using the case of World War I, this article investigates the expansion of the war from a localized political crisis in Austria–Hungary to a disastrous global scale conflict involving dozens of states. Using social network analysis-based
  • methodologies to develop measures of context and evaluate our hypothesis, it finds that context had an important impact on states’ war-joining behavior during World War I. An understanding of context that fuses simultaneous embeddedness in network and geographic
  • space with relational power and the methodology of blockmodeling can be used to explore the diffusion of other wars and even other phenomena across geographically situated actors.
  • The Chiang Tung Wars : war and politics in mid-19th century Siam and Burma
  • Burma ; Frontier ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Political geography ; Power ; Territory ; Thailand ; Trade ; War
  • From 1802 to 1854, the Chiang Tung Wars are a series of conflicts involving many Tai principalities and the kingdom of Lan Na for the control of the upper valley of Mekong. They culminated with a vast battle between the forces of Siam, Burma
  • Army ; Discourse ; Geopolitics ; Political geography ; Theory ; War
  • In this article, the just war themes of ‘supreme emergency’ and ‘emergency ethics’ are investigated as a means of justifying extra-territorial wars. The rhetoric justifying it uses an idealised sense of the home that is reinforced by the practices
  • of soldiers. Furthermore, the importance of values in the ‘emergency ethics’ logic is investigated by exploring the memoirs of a British Army chaplain serving in the Korean War. The contemporary relevance of the article lies in the extra-territorial nature
  • of the War on Terror and the persistent use of reference to values to justify immoral and illegal acts of war.
  • Post-war development of regional geography. With special attention to the United Kingdom, Belgium and the Netherlands.
  • This book consists of the (revised) trend reports on the development of regional geography since the Second World War presented at the seminar Whither Regional Geography Utrecht, 1987. - (AGD)
  • The geography of a population mass-escape from the Tel Aviv area during the Gulf War
  • Behaviour ; International relations ; Israel ; Temporary migration ; Urban population ; War
  • Terrorism and counter-terrorism : situating al-Qaeda and the global war on terror within geopolitical trends and structures
  • Political geography ; Terrorism ; War ; World system
  • Neighborhood hygiene and renewal in the U.S. South : the purification of Pralltown during the Civil War Reconstruction and the 1960s Urban Renewal eras
  • Civil war ; Historical geography ; Kentucky ; Segregation ; Shanty town ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban district ; Urban renewal
  • Paper focuses on the purification of Pralltown, a black shantytown initially on the outskirts of Lexington, Kentucky and later located near prime business property. After Civil War, former slaves were encouraged to relocate there for the separation
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina ; Civil war ; Communication ; Conflict ; Ethnic community ; Geopolitical strategy ; Political geography ; Press ; Rwanda
  • Despite the comparable message potential inherent in these civil wars, the US news media have elected to cast their coverage of the two wars in two different frameworks of understanding. The AA. reveal how the press distorts Rwanda coverage to fit
  • a frame. This inscription of difference implicates the news media as a central player in the social construction, categorization and defamation of peoples and places in the emerging post-Cold-War geopolitical (dis)order.