The Idea of Central Europe: Geopolitics, Culture and Regional Identity - Tauris Historical Geographical Series (Paperback)
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The Idea of Central Europe: Geopolitics, Culture and Regional Identity - Tauris Historical Geographical Series (Paperback)

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Central Europe is one of the key notions of classical geopolitics yet it has always been a somewhat elusive concept. Originally perceived as a plan for a German dominated political and economic union, it subsequently emerged to threaten leaders in the East and West in a variety of forms. Otilia Dhand provides a critical examination of the concept of Central Europe, from its early inception to the present day. Making extensive use of archival material, she shows how successive manifestations of Central Europe - of whatever vintage - have failed to bring about their intended changes on the international structure, and how customary claims about Central Europe are not supported by the original source material. The result is a work of outstanding scholarship that advances our understanding of regionalism and geopolitics in Europe.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781838605810
Number of pages: 288
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm

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