Written by one of the world's leading political geographers, this fully revised and updated textbook examines the dramatic changes wrought by ideological and economic forces unleashed by the end of the Cold War. Saul Bernard Cohen considers these forces in the context of their human and physical settings and explores their geographical influence on foreign policy and international relations.
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Saul Bernard Cohen is University Professor of Geography emeritus at Hunter College, City University of New York, and past director of the Clark University Graduate School of Geography.Review:
This is reality-based political geography at its best—a combination of deep factual knowledge of the world's major regions, including knowledge of their historical interaction as well as their current relations, with a panoptic world view, not of the shape of the globe as it should be but as it likely will be. (Alan K. Henrikson, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University)
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