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What is a shatterbelt in human geography - Answers

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A shatterbelt is an area of instability between regions with opposing political and cultural values.

AP Exam Definitions - Pine Crest School

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Shatterbelt: a region caught between stronger colliding external cultural-political forces, under persistent stress, and often fragmented by aggressive rivals (e.g., ...

Escalation of regional conflict: testing the shatterbelt concept

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Most 20th-century wars among major powers have originated in shatterbelts, geographic regions from which local turmoil escalates to serious competition ...

Saul Cohen: Great powers, shatterbelts, gateways, geostrategic ...

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May 1, 2015 ... Professor Saul Cohen is University Professor Emeritus at Hunter College and the City University of New York. He is also Editor of the Oxford ...

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Redrawing the Lines in Syria's Shatterbelt - Carnegie Endowment ...

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Jun 25, 2015 ... Summary: Any changes to the map of Syria's conflict in the rest of 2015 will almost certainly occur in its “shatterbelt:” those areas caught ...

shatterbelt states - ResearchGate

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SHATTERBELTS AND CONFLICT BEHAVIOR: The Effect of Globalization on “ High Risk” States. This paper ties together seemingly disparate literatures—those  ...

Why is The Balkans still considered a shatterbelt? - Quora

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Because the Balkans have a long, tough history and wars that left most of the region "hostile". You can't fix the damage done by wars and some other events, so I ...

The Ukrainian Shatterbelt: A New Cold War? - IsAG

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Oct 30, 2014 ... definition of a shatterbelt, a concept that corresponds to the traditional ... Ukrainian shatterbelt could well be signaling either a possible rise.

Settler States and the Shatterbelt | War Times

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Nov 30, 2012 ... “The Middle East lies on the world's largest "shatterbelt"... the region of contact between the world's great sea and land powers... shatterbelts ...

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Testing Empirical Propositions about Shatterbelts - Paul R. Hensel

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indicate that shatterbelts are more likely than other regions to be the setting ... The term "shatterbelt" generally refers to a geographic region that is plagued both .

The Shatter Belt and the European Core - A Geopolitical Discussion ...

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The paper is focussing primarily on the European Shatter Belt, formerly known as 'Eastern Europe'. This is in fact a subset of new and old nation-states in the ...

"Shatterbelts" of the Americas - Historical Text Archive: Electronic ...

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We have described four Latin American "shatterbelts" before in a variety of publications (Kelly y Pérez 2001; Kelly 1997; Kelly 1990; Kelly 1986a; Kelly 1986b), ...