Political geography

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treats of the different countries into which earth is divided with regard to political and social and institutions and conditions.

See also: geography

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The book will therefore be of interest to those working in the fields of human geography, political ecology and forest governance, as well as scholars of Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
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voters by geography, political interests, race, religion and other factors.
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As been the third edition, the book caught attention of various readers, from eminent scholars, as Piers Blaikie, to undergraduate/graduate students in Geography, Political Economy or International Development.
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He reads history, geography, political affairs, a lot about the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan and China.
Despite the fact that the SAARC member-states are diverse in terms of size, economic and social development, geography, political systems, languages and cultures, this region accounts for only around 2% of the world's goods trade and around 3% of the world's direct investment.