Political relations within and between states do not occur in a vacuum. Rather, they are rooted in a specific and tangible geographic context. Political geography examines the interactions between this context and political processes at various geographic scales, ranging from the local to the global level. This course will focus primarily on the state and international level and will address issues such as the territorial exercise of power, state formation, nationalism, geopolitics, and international conflicts and cooperation. 3 hrs. lect.
- Spring 2012
- McCardell Bicentennial Hall 438(MBH 438)
- 9:05am-9:55am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday (Feb 13, 2012 to May 14, 2012)
- Guntram Herb
- Social Sciences
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