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"This textbook remains the most exciting introduction to political geography and its basic themes, with its compelling scalar organization, its systematic application of world system analysis complemented by feminist geographies, and its broad coverage of other approaches in the discipline. With this new edition, the authors succeed once more in engaging with the rapidly changing geographies of political relations across the world, as well as with the evolution of the scholarship about them." - Dr Virginie Mamadouh, Associate Professor of Political and Cultural Geography, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands "Through seven editions and more than three decades, this book has introduced generations of students to political geography. Reading it, you too will surely be seduced by this subject and want to learn more about what the authors call "the small sub-discipline with the big subject-matter - relations between space and power". - James D. Sidaway, National University of Singapore "The latest edition of this classic text maintains the strong conceptual focus and empirical depth of its predecessors while incorporating new perspectives and topics. Flint and Taylor offer an enormously thought-provoking, insightful perspective on political geography-one that can help students and professionals alike make sense of our turbulent world." - Professor Alexander Murphy, Rippey Chair in Liberal Arts & Sciences, University of Oregon, USA
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Colin Flint is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Utah State University, USA. Peter J. Taylor is Emeritus Professor of Geography at Northumbria University, UK.
Preface to the seventh edition Tips for reading this book Acknowledgements Prologue: episodes in the life and times of a sub-discipline 1 A world-systems approach to political geography 2 Geopolitics rampant 3 Geography of imperialisms 4 Territorial states 5 Nation, nationalism and citizenship 6 Political geography of democracy 7 Cities as localities 8 Place and identity politics Epilogue: a political geography framework for understanding our twenty-first-century world Glossary Bibliography Index