We are living in an age of rapid change in political geography throughout the world. Political Geography has become the flagship journal of the resurgence of political geography studies in recent years. The aim is to bring together contributions from the three major strands of current political geography research: Continuing research on 'traditional' topics, such as geostrategic regions and the spatial structure of states. Quantitative, positivist studies in, for example, electoral geography and policy impact research. Political economy approaches dealing with issues arising from alternative theories of the state, or the world-systems perspective; and post-structuralist analyses of geopolitics, where attention is given to issues of gender, race and post-coloniality. Political Geography also provides a forum for non-geographers concerned with the spatial dimension in politics.
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