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Geography of International Affairs

Author(s): James M Smith

Edition: 5

Copyright: 2019

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This edition of Geography of International Affairs has benefited from the questions, suggestions and opinions of many students over the last two years. The text framework integrates space, place, region and ecological issues into the study of classical problems of conflict and cooperation among states. Yet the text interweaves the complexities of globalization processes into the course, as these trends have key impacts that can profoundly influence the relations between people and places at all scales.

If the world is indeed a stage, and we are players in the drama, then presumably we have choices. Life is full of choices, in careers, resource use and social interaction with people who are similar and different from us. The study of geography can help us to choose, interact and work more wisely, humanely and responsibly.

Acknowledgments
Introduction

Chapter 1: Geography and Global Affairs
Chapter 2: Population Issues, Environmental Crises, and Global Affairs
Chapter 3: Empires, Civilizations, and Early States to 1648
Chapter 4: European Dominance: 1648–1914
Chapter 5: Geopolitics and the “Short” Twentieth Century (1914–1991)
Chapter 6: The Cold War and the Emergence of New States in Asia, Africa, and Ibero-America
Chapter 7: Shifting Patterns in Geopolitics: 1991 to the Early Twentieth Century
Chapter 8: The Global Economy
Chapter 9: Globalization, Identity Politics, and Future Geographies

James M Smith

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