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Political Geography1

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Soverienty, Government, Territory, Population 4 pillars of statehood
a politically organized territory with a permanent population, a defined territory, and a government. States
A culturally defined group of people with a shared past and common future. Nations
Politically organized area in which nation and state occupy the same space. Nation-states
A nation that doesn't have a state. Ex: Palestinians. Stateless nation
A state whose government is under the control of a ruler who is deemed to be divinely guided, or a group of religious leaders. Theocracy
Led to the accumulation of wealth through plunder, colonization, and the protection of home industires and foreign markets. Mercantilism
Force that unifies the people. Centripetal forces
Force that divides the people. Centrifugal forces
Types of boundaries
5 types of territorial morphologies
Rule by an autonomous power over a subordinate and alien people and place. Colonialism
Colonial states (who colonized others)
Created by: yoyo1541