Geopolitical position of Poland - from time of partitions to the independence Cover Image

Geopolitical position of Poland - from time of partitions to the independence
Geopolitical position of Poland - from time of partitions to the independence

Author(s): Jowita Brudnicka
Subject(s): Regional Geography, Historical Geography, Ethics / Practical Philosophy, Local History / Microhistory, Political history, Nationalism Studies, History of Communism, Between Berlin Congress and WW I, Historical revisionism, Post-Communist Transformation, Migration Studies, Sociology of Politics, Globalization
Published by: Collegium Civitas
Keywords: Geopolitics; Poland; Middle Europe; unification/separation

Summary/Abstract: To understand contemporary geopolitics, especially Polish geopolitics you have to refer to the history. Polish geopolitical philosophy has flourished in a crucial period in the history of the country - the To understand contemporary geopolitics, especially Polish geopolitics you have to refer to the history. Polish geopolitical philosophy has flourished in a crucial period in the history of the country - the time of the fall of the First Republic and partitions. Sketch of Polish geopolitics is well composed into the broader plan of European thought. This is not just a simpple analitycal exercise. Article contains the suggestion, that the events, experiences and geopolitical configurations may exhibit amazing repeatability.

  • Issue Year: 1/2016
  • Issue No: 23
  • Page Range: 87-102
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: English