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the process whereby regions within a state demand and gain political strength and growing autonomy at the expense of the central government
-Russian region branching off
voluntary economic, political or cultural association among 3 or more independent states willing to yield some sovereignty for their mutual benefit
The policy of a state wishing to incorporate within itself territory inhabited by people who have ethnic or linguistic links with the country but that lies within a neighboring state.
RECLAIMING LOST TERRITORY OR PEOPLE
the climate that keeps europe moderated. It lies just as far north as Canada but maintains hospitable and great climate for agriculture
-use more land year round
a supranational organization through which a number of european countries work together on shared issues
Region caught between stronger, colliding external cultural-political forces, under persistent stress, and often fragmented by aggressive rivals. (ex: Eastern Europe)
A plan that the US came up with to revive war-torn economies of Europe. This plan offered $13 billion in aid to western and Southern Europe.
two regions relate due to resources
EX: Steel and Coal (France and Germany) combine to make iron
-large latitudinal descent
-access to ports and harbors
-long history of human settlement and occupation
One of the four land regions in Europe. Few people live there because it is made up of mostly mountains and it is not good farm land.
-Natural beauty & toursim
-Oil & natural gas
North European Plain
a large, fertile area that extends from the Atlantic Ocean to the Ural Mountains
between flat coastal plane and mountains; heart of europe; hills, low plateus; considerable raw materials (iron, coal); dominated by germany, eastern france, czech republic, brussels
One of the four land regions in Europe. It is mountainous and stretches from France to the Balkan Peninsula.
-Mediterranean type agriculture
-physical and cultural divide
-Change in land tenure systems
-Change in seeds and inputs
-Better Storage and distribution
-Ultimately led to increased population
+store food, population growth, hold through winter
-Made possible by complimentary resources:geography(coal+steel=iron)
-Increased Urbanization & change in urban landscape(population)
-Created society based on mass production & consumption
-Created tremendous demand for resources
-Led to interconnections between countries (particularly industrial and non-industrial world
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