ISSN (printed): 1465-0045. ISSN (electronic): 1557-3028.
The study of geopolitics has undergone a major renaissance during the past decade. Addressing a gap in the in the published periodical literature, this journal seeks to explore the theoretical implications of contemporary geopolitics and geopolitical change with particular reference to territorial problems and issues of state sovereignty . Multidisciplinary in its scope, Geopolitics includes all aspects of the social sciences with particular emphasis on political geography, international relations, the territorial aspects of political science and international law. The journal seeks to maintain a healthy balance between systemic and regional analysis. The Journal appears three times annually including one theme issue per year. Forthcoming theme issues include Geopolitics at the End of the Twentieth Century: The Changing World Political Map. In addition, review essays will be published focusing on the works of seminal geopolitics studies, as well as contemporary foreign policy practitioners whose policies have influenced the changing world map of the past two decades.
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