We have described four Latin American "shatterbelts" before in a variety of
publications (Kelly y Pérez 2001; Kelly 1997; Kelly 1990; Kelly 1986a; Kelly
A shatterbelt is an area of instability between regions withopposing political and
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 ...
Shatterbelt: a region caught between stronger colliding external cultural-political
forces, under persistent stress, and often fragmented by aggressive rivals (e.g., ...
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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May 1, 2015 ... Professor Saul Cohen is University Professor Emeritus at Hunter College and the
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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
Apr 16, 2016 ... Three religions (Greek Orthodox Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Islam) (with
sizable Jewish and Armenian communities too), many people ...
The Shatter Belt and the European Core. Untypical Case of Slovenia. Anton
Gosar. Department of Geography, University of Ljubljana, SI-1001 Ljubljana, ...