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  1. multinational state
  2. critical geopolitics
  3. territorial integrity
  4. core
  5. elongated state
  1. a process by which geopoliticians deconstruct and focus on explaining the underlying spatial assumptions and territorial perspectives of politicians
  2. b processes that incorporate higher levels of education, higher salaries and more technology; generate more wealth than periphery processes in the world-economy
  3. c A state that is geographicly long and narrow, i.e., Chile
  4. d state with more than one nation within its borders
  5. e the right of a state to defend soverign territory against incurrsion from other states

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. boundary that has been forced upon the inhabitants of an area to solve a problem and/or conflict, i.e., Indonesia/Papua New Guinea
  2. A venture involving three or more nation-states involving formal political, economic, and/or cultural cooperation to promote shared objectives. The European Union is one such organization
  3. a nation-state that has a centralized government and administration that exercises power equally over all parts of the state
  4. A political-territorial system wherein a central government represents the various entities within a nation-state where they have common interests-defense, foreign affairs, and the like-yet allows these various entities to retain their own identities and to have their own laws, policies, and customs in certain spheres.
  5. places where core and periphery processes are both occurring; places that are exploited by the core but in turn exploit the periphery

5 True/False Questions

  1. antecedent boundaryboundary that ceases to exist, however the imprint of the boundary still remains of the cultural landscape, i.e., North/South Vietnam

          

  2. Cultural political boundaryPolitical boundary defined and delimited (and occasionally demarcated) by a prominent physical feature in the natural landscape such as a river or the crest ridges of a mountain range.

          

  3. human territorialityIn political geography, a country's or more local community's sense of propertyand attachment toward its territory, as expressed by its determination to keep it inviolable and strongly defended

          

  4. microstatestate that is extremely small, i.e., San Marino

          

  5. subsequent boundaryboundaries that are created as a result of long-term process, i.e., Vietnam/China

          

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