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  1. European Model
  2. Federal state
  3. -Operational
  4. Above the state boundary
  5. -Fragmented
  1. a a state model based on inviolable territory (after the Peace of Westphalia), governmental sovereignty (possessing supreme or independent political power), permanent population with a national culture, and a state capital. This model was spread globally due to the Age of Exploration (and Colonization).
  2. b refer to supranationalist agreements with two or more states working together for a common purpose.
  3. c neighbors differ over the way the boundary should function (migration, smuggling) (e.g., US/Mexico)
  4. d two or more separate pieces (e.g., Indonesia, Malaysia,...)
  5. e a state in which a group or body of members are bound together with a governing representative head. Federalism is the system in which the power to govern is shared between the national & state governments. Considered the most geographically expressive of all states.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. focus on legal language (e.g. median line of a river: water levels may vary)
  2. politically organized territory administered by a sovereign government, with a permanent population, and recognized by the international community ("State" = internal division; "state" = country).
  3. straight-line, unrelated to physical or cultural landscape, lat & long (US/Canada)
  4. association of sovereign states (or States) by a treaty or agreement. It deals with issues such as defense, foreign affairs, trade, and a common currency.
  5. tightly knit group of people sharing a common language, ethnicity, religion, and other cultural attributes.

5 True/False Questions

  1. -Delimitationcartographers put the boundary on the map

          

  2. Shatterbeltpolitically organized territory administered by a sovereign government, with a permanent population, and recognized by the international community ("State" = internal division; "state" = country).

          

  3. -Protrudeda.k.a. prorupt; have an area that extends from a more compact core (e.g, Thailand, India,...)

          

  4. AnnexationIncorporation of a territory into another geo-political entity.

          

  5. Microstate (ministate)nation that transcends the borders of two or more states (e.g., Kurds (Kurdistan), The Koreas,...).

          

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