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Mastering Space: Hegemony, Territory and International Political Economy Paperback – 3 Sep 1995


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"Founded on extensive empirical materials, laced with cogent insights, pervaded with incisive interpretations . . . a compelling assessment of the emergent world order. The focus on a 'new geopolitics' . . . contributes a refreshing approach to international political economy as it should be studied."
-James N. Rosenau, Professor of International Affairs, George Washington University
"An outstanding contribution to the new critical developments in political geography and to renewed concern for the role of space in the social sciences . . . a ray of light on what is happening to our increasingly complex and confusing world."
-Peter Taylor, Professor of Political Geography, University of Newcastle

About the Author

Stuart Corbridge is Professor of Geography at the London School of Economics and at the University of Miami. His recent publications include Reinventing India (with John Harriss, 2000).

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