Volume 39, Issue 4, August 1996

ISSN: 0343-2521 (Print) 1572-9893 (Online)

In this issue (11 articles)

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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    The peace process in Ireland: new challenges for the geographical imagination

    D. G. Pringle Article:377
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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    Introduction: postmodernity and the territorial discourse of peace

    David Newman Pages 327-330
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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    Partition, secession and peace in our time

    Stanley Waterman Pages 345-352
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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    Bordering on Bosnia

    Jeremy Crampton Pages 353-361
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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    Shared spaces — separate spaces: the Israel-Palestine peace process

    David Newman Pages 363-375
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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    Geostrategies for both power and peace in KwaZulu-Natal: a neorealist analysis

    Richard Griggs Pages 387-396
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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    Pacification, resistance, and territoriality: prospects for a space of peace in East Timor

    Matthew Jardine Pages 397-404
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    Postmodernity and the Territorial Discourse of Peace

    Galtungs peaces. How to deal with various forms of violence

    H. Van der Wusten Pages 405-407