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by Gearóid Ó. Tuathail

  • Author: Gearóid Ó. Tuathail
  • ISBN: 0415157013
  • ISBN13: 978-0415157018
  • ePub: 1499 kb | FB2: 1878 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Earth Sciences
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 21, 1996)
  • Pages: 320
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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The basic concept behind critical geopolitics is that intellectuals of statecraft construct ideas about places; these ideas have influence and reinforce their political behaviors and policy choices, and these ideas affect how we, the people, process.

The basic concept behind critical geopolitics is that intellectuals of statecraft construct ideas about places; these ideas have influence and reinforce their political behaviors and policy choices, and these ideas affect how we, the people, process our own notions of places and politics.

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Those interested in my current book project (which is going very slowly) will find the conversation with Veit Bachmann the most relevant (and hopefully interesting).

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In Critical Geopolitics, Gearóid Ó Tuathail writes about the politics of this geographical struggle, and about the geography of global politics. Thoroughly engrossing and theoretically ambitious, the book is the first geographical study to tackle geopolitical writing from a poststructuralist position. Focusing particularly on Bosnia and Ireland, the author uses radical concepts of mapping and seeing to subvert traditional assumptions about global politics. The book begins by outlining a general theory of geo-power, or the governmentalization of geographical knowledge by the state

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Critical Geopolitics book.

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Gearoid O Tuathail (Gerard Toal), Department of Geography, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University . Thirdly, "critical geopolitics" seeks to displace our conventional understandings of the geographical in global politics

Gearoid O Tuathail (Gerard Toal), Department of Geography, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24060. Forthcoming Progress in Human Geography. Note: Without notes of the original. Thirdly, "critical geopolitics" seeks to displace our conventional understandings of the geographical in global politics. Rather than work within the confines of the conventional scoping of geopolitics, "critical geopolitics" seeks to place the very meaning and limits of place and politics in question (Dalby, 1992; O Tuathail, forthcoming, a). All three dimensions of this project are inter-related.

a b Tuathail, Gearóid Ó (1996). Critical geopolitics: the politics of writing global space.

Critical geopolitical scholarship continues to engage critically with questions surrounding geopolitical discourses, geopolitical practice (. foreign policy), and the history of geopolitics. YouTube Encyclopedic. a b Tuathail, Gearóid Ó (1996).

Critical Geopolitics presents a brilliant and radical analysis of the ideas which have driven nations to attempt to remap the globe in their own image. The essays - ranging across Britsh colonialism to Nazi geopolitics, from America's ambitions to the bloodshed of Bosnia and Ireland - unearth a new political history of the struggle for space and power in the West, and revise the geographies of global politics at the end of the twentieth century.
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