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1. News
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919 2015 CAMCA Regional Forum to be Held in Ulaanbaatar, MongoliaJune 20-21Regional meeting fostering an exchange of ideas on key issues throughout the Eurasia region FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 9, 2015 Washington, D.C. — Leaders from business, government, academia, and civil society will convene later this month in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia at a two-day meeting to discuss key issues and challenges facing the Eurasia region. Hosted by the Rumsfeld Foundation in partnership with the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at Johns Hopkins University, the 2015 CAMCA (Central Asia-Mongolia-Caucasus-Afghanistan) Regional Forum, will be held on June 20th-21st. The second CAMCA Regional Forum will explore ongoing developments in the region and beyond. The Forum will include high-level speakers, plenary discussions, as well as three parallel Dialogue sessions. The themes of these Dialogues will be “CAMCA's Evolving Place in the World Economy,” “Foreign and Security Outlook of CAMCA in 2025,” and “UnCaucasus419Caucasus Western Asia5934 838ric Edelman, Svante Cornell, Aaron Lobel, Halil Karaveli Publication Type Monograph Published in/by Bipartisan Policy Center Publishing date October 2015 Publication Link Direct Link Retribution and the Rule of Law: The Politics of Justice in Georgia Friday, 12 June 2015 09:51 Additional Info Author Johanna Popjanevski Publication Type Silk Road Paper Published in/by CACI-SRSP Publishing date June 2015 Publication Link Direct Link A Western Strategy for the South Caucasus Thursday, 12 February 2015 13:50 Additional Info Author Svante E. Cornell, S. Frederick Starr, Mamuka Tsereteli Publication Type Silk Road Paper Published in/by CACI-SRSP Publishing date February 2015 Publication Link Direct Link Putin's Grand Strategy: The Eurasian Union and its discontents Monday, 15 September 2014 00:00 Additional Info Author S. Frederick Starr and Svante E. Cornell, eds., Publication TypeWestern Asia5434Caucasus Western Asia
  'Looking West: China and Central Asia pdf  Starr%20Testimo...0.062 MB  - 'Looking West: China and Central Asia", is available here' Web
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  'Click here' from the web at 'http://www.silkroadstudies.org/resources/pdf/publications/1502Congress-Azerbaijan.pdf'  pdf  1502Congress-Az...0.3 MB  - 'Click here' Web
  'Direct Link' from the web at 'http://bipartisanpolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/BPC-Turkey-Transformed.pdf'  pdf  BPC-Turkey-Tran...0.9 MB  - 'Direct Link' Web
  'Direct Link' from the web at 'http://silkroadstudies.org/resources/pdf/SilkRoadPapers/2015-popjanevski-retribution-and-the-rule-of-law-the-politics-of-justice-in-georgia.pdf'  pdf  2015-popjanevsk...0.5 MB  - 'Direct Link' Web
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2. Central Asia and the Caucasus
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22Central Asia and the Caucasus Sign Up | Login ABOUT US SRAS Resume What Educators Say What Students Say STUDY ABROAD Programs Funding Locations FAQ TRAVEL RESOURCES Research Travel, Visas Student Guide to Russia Regions and Cities EDUCATOR SERVICES Affiliates & Partnerships Research Travel, Visas Faculty-Led Programs Program Advocacy STUDENT RESOURCES SRAS Projects Vestnik (Journal) Alumni Rewards Online Testing 15.12.2015Call for Papers: Vestnik!04.11.2015Russian Foreign Affairs in the News, October, 201528.10.2015Nashe Radio Top Five, October, 201528.10.2015Russia's Top Five Movies, October, 201528.10.2015Poland in the News, October, 201526.10.2015Scholarships Available!17.10.2015Year in Review; The Year Ahead13.10.2015SRAS at ASEEES Convention in Philadelphia!08.10.2015Security and Society amp; NATO Summit in Polandnews archive » THE LIBRARY / CENTRAL ASIA AND Caucasus1Caucasus Western Asia3027 195cconi has had his share of run-ins with Kyrgyz security forces, including a 2005 arrest by the financial police for embezzlement. Times reporters cover issues in all the major cities of Central Asia, including: Almaty, Astana, Ashgabat, Bishkek, Dushanbe and Tashkent. Asia Times Online, headquartered in Hong Kong, offers an Asian perspective on news across Eurasia. Its news articles can sometimes read like commentaries, but the site is still worthwhile for English-language content posted by non-Westerners. PIK TV is a Russian-language television news channel operated by the Georgian government. They focus on issues surrounding the Caucasus, though they also cover Russia-wide, Georgia-wide, and world issues as well. Voxpopuli is a collection of photo-reports from Kazakhstan geared to showing the country through the eyes of a younger generation. b. Kyrgyz-Specific News Sources 24.kg is a free site with relatively good search and archive features. The translated artWestern Asia2527Caucasus Western Asia
  'Turkmen' from the web at 'http://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/ED362052.pdf'  pdf  ED362052> 1 MB  - 'Turkmen' Web
  'in the original' from the web at 'http://vlib.iue.it/carrie/cec/pdf/Alip_Manas_1985.pdf'  pdf  Alip_Manas_19850.9 MB  - 'in the original' Web

3. The Recent Gilbertese Settlement of the Line Is...
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257The Recent Gilbertese Settlement of the Line Islands | GeoCurrents HomeGC Maps GC Maps by Country GC Maps by Topic GC Language Maps of the Caucasus Demic Atlas Categories Cartography Cultural Geography Culinary Geography Education Ethnicity Linguistic Geography Religion Sports Demic Atlas Economic Geography Energy Geography of Tourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America NortCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia2183ome » Cultural Geography, Australia and Pacific, Linguistic Geography, Migrations The Recent Gilbertese Settlement of the Line Islands Submitted by Martin W. Lewis on November 26, 2015 – 12:07 pm 2 Comments |   Tweet It is difficult to convey the immensity and emptiness of the Republic of Kiribati. The country extends across more than 3.5 million square kilometers (1,351,0001_b'b_1mi) of oceanic space, an area considerably larger than India. The distance between its western and eastern islands is comparable to the distance across the United States. Yet Kiribati contains only 800 square kilometers (3101_b'b_1mi) of land, an area slightly larger than the city-state of Singapore, and considerably smaller than the city of Los Angeles. With some 103,000 inhabitants (in 2010), Kiribati has only a moderately dense population. Its 135 people per square kilometer of land (350 per1_b'b_1mi) places it in the 73rd position among the world’s 244 sovereign states and dependentWestern1683Caucasus Western Asia953ourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America North America Russia, Ukraine, and Caucasus South Asia Southeast Asia Southwest Asia and North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa World Series The Caucasus Demic Atlas Indo-European Origins Imaginary Geography Northern California Siberia EditorialsResources GC Base Maps Geography Blogs & Websites Map Collections Guest Posts Quizzes About About GeoCurrents GC Conceptual Concerns About Martin W. Lewis Books By Martin W. Lewis Talks by Martin W. Lewis GeoCAsia453Caucasus Western Asia
  'official publication of the Republic of Kiribati' from the web at 'http://www.climate.gov.ki/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/22_TEERAINA-revised-2012.pdf'  pdf  22_TEERAINA-rev...
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4. Is the Earth Greening? If So, Where and Where N...
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253Is the Earth Greening? If So, Where and Where Not | GeoCurrents HomeGC Maps GC Maps by Country GC Maps by Topic GC Language Maps of the Caucasus Demic Atlas Categories Cartography Cultural Geography Culinary Geography Education Ethnicity Linguistic Geography Religion Sports Demic Atlas Economic Geography Energy Geography of Tourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America North AmCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia4253 carbon dioxide is also linked to ocean acidification, which carries huge dangers of its own. It is also essential to note that not all parts of the world have seen enhanced plant growth. Maps showing changes in primary production over the past several decades indicate that some areas have instead seen significant vegetative decline. The first map posted here, for example, shows significant “browning” in eastern Mongolia and adjacent parts of northern China, southeastern Australia, much of northwestern India, and especially the Chaco region of Paraguay and Argentina. It is not clear why these areas would run counter to the global norm, although drought is a likely culprit. In the Chaco, land clearing for agriculture might seem a possible factor, but other parts of South America that have seen similar land-use transformations are not mapped as having experienced a drop in primary productivity; agriculture, after all, can be quite productive. As I have been intrigued by such maps of the Western3753Caucasus Western Asia949ourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America North America Russia, Ukraine, and Caucasus South Asia Southeast Asia Southwest Asia and North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa World Series The Caucasus Demic Atlas Indo-European Origins Imaginary Geography Northern California Siberia EditorialsResources GC Base Maps Geography Blogs & Websites Map Collections Guest Posts Quizzes About About GeoCurrents GC Conceptual Concerns About Martin W. Lewis Books By Martin W. Lewis Talks by Martin W. Lewis GeoCAsia449Caucasus Western Asia
  'According to Jesse H. Ausubel' from the web at 'http://phe.rockefeller.edu/docs/Nature_Rebounds.pdf'  pdf  Nature_Rebounds0.9 MB  - 'According to Jesse H. Ausubel' Web

5. Editorial
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368Editorial HomeEditorialEditorial PrinciplesEditor PagePublicationsAnalytical ArticlesFeature ArticlesField ReportsNews DigestCACI Analyst ArchiveNewsletters Forums and Events Search... Editorial Editorial Principles Print The Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst is an English language global Web journal devoted to analysis of the current issues facing the Central Asia-Caucasus region. It serves to link the business, governmental, journalistic and scholarly communities and is the global voice of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute Silk Road Studies Program, a Joint Research and Policy Center affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies and the Institute for Security and Development Policy. The Editor of the Analyst solicits most articles and field reports, however authors may suggest topics for future issues or submit articCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia5936 891.C. 20036Tel. +1-202-663-5922; 1-202-663-7723Fax. +1-202-663-7785 Latest Issue Download Current Issue in PDF format Visit also Joint Center Publications Article Mamuka Tsereteli, "NATO Leaders Should Ease the Path of Georgia’s Entry", Newsweek, July 24, 2015. Silk Road Paper Johanna Popjanevski, Retribution and the Rule of Law: The Politics of Justice in Georgia, June 2015.Silk Road Paper Svante E. Cornell, S. Frederick Starr, Mamuka Tsereteli, A Western Strategy for the South Caucasus, February 2015. Op-Ed S. Frederick Starr, "Dueling Mosques and an American Beacon in Afghanistan" The Wall Street Journal, January 16, 2015. Article Svante E. Cornell, "Understanding Turkey's Tilt", Journal of International Security Affairs, No. 27, Winter 2014. Book S. Frederick Starr and Svante E. Cornell, eds., ·Putin's Grand Strategy: The Eurasian Union and its Discontents, Joint Center Monograph, September 2014. Book S. Frederick Starr, Lost EnlightWestern Asia5436Caucasus Western Asia
  ' ' from the web at 'http://www.cacianalyst.org/resources/20150708analyst.pdf'  pdf  20150708analyst0.5 MB  Web

6. Explaining the Rapid Rise of the Xenophobic Rig...
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277Explaining the Rapid Rise of the Xenophobic Right in Contemporary Europe | GeoCurrents HomeGC Maps GC Maps by Country GC Maps by Topic GC Language Maps of the Caucasus Demic Atlas Customizable Base Maps Categories Cartography Cultural Geography Culinary Geography Education Ethnicity Linguistic Geography Religion Sports Demic Atlas Economic Geography Energy Geography of Tourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia Caucasus1Caucasus Western Asia6645 474t from voters of diverse political ideologies, primarily because of growing disaffection with the status quo. As the vulnerabilities of the European Union become more apparent, increasing numbers are calling for reform of pan-European economics, integration, open border immigration, and multiculturalism—principles that have shaped the development of Europe since World War II. With skyrocketing unemployment across most of the continent, massive immigration from Africa, Asia, and the Balkans into Western Europe, and what many feel to be a broken economic and political structure of the European Union, voters of various backgrounds seem to be choosing radically different solutions to the ongoing crises in Europe. With this in mind, it is important to recognize that political movements of the xenophobic right are just as varied as social democratic and far-left parties. They include traditionalists, pro-Europeanists, Euroskeptics, democrats, nationalists, racialists, neo-Nazis, and even GreWestern Asia6145Caucasus Western Asia
  'http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mace-lab/publications/articles/2009/Malmstrom_CB09_PWC_Mod_Scan.pdf' from the web at 'http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mace-lab/publications/articles/2009/Malmstrom_CB09_PWC_Mod_Scan.pdf'  pdf  Malmstrom_CB09_...0.5 MB  - 'http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mace-lab/publications/articles/2009/Malmstrom_CB09_PWC_Mod_Scan.pdf' Web

7. Free Customizable Maps of Africa for Download |...
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249Free Customizable Maps of Africa for Download | GeoCurrents HomeGC Maps GC Maps by Country GC Maps by Topic GC Language Maps of the Caucasus Demic Atlas Customizable Base Maps Categories Cartography Cultural Geography Culinary Geography Education Ethnicity Linguistic Geography Religion Sports Demic Atlas Economic Geography Energy Geography of Tourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands LatCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia5375ll as the French department of Reunion). Boxes with the word “text” next to them can be used to construct a map key. The second is the same map but with the addition of country names. As the maps are all customizable, these names can be easily removed to (re)create the initial map. The third map includes two de facto changes to the basic political map that have not been recognized by the international community: the effective independence of Somaliland, and the extension of Morocco over most of Western Sahara, along with the virtual independence of the so-called Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic in the remaining territory. The essentially collapsed states of Libya and (the rest of) Somalia still appear on this map as regular countries, but that could easily be changed by the user (such as by turning them to a darker shade of grey). The final map includes the base map that was used to create the customizable map, which is a physical map of Africa. This version of the map can be used in aWestern4875Caucasus Western Asia968ourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America North America Russia, Ukraine, and Caucasus South Asia Southeast Asia Southwest Asia and North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa World Series The Caucasus Demic Atlas Indo-European Origins Imaginary Geography Northern California Siberia EditorialsResources Customizable Base Maps Geography Blogs & Websites Map Collections Guest Posts Quizzes About About GeoCurrents GC Conceptual Concerns About Martin W. Lewis Books By Martin W. Lewis Talks by Martin W. Asia468Caucasus Western Asia
  'How can these maps be manipulated in PowerPoint' from the web at 'http://www.geocurrents.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/How-can-these-maps-be-manipulated-in-PowerPoint.pdf'  pdf  How-can-these-m...0.084 MB  - 'How can these maps be manipulated in PowerPoint' Web

8. Simultaneous Flooding and Drought in California...
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282Simultaneous Flooding and Drought in California: Human-Caused Climate Change? | GeoCurrents HomeGC Maps GC Maps by Country GC Maps by Topic GC Language Maps of the Caucasus Demic Atlas Customizable Base Maps Categories Cartography Cultural Geography Culinary Geography Education Ethnicity Linguistic Geography Religion Sports Demic Atlas Economic Geography Energy Geography of Tourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean CentCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia6738ind the record California drought.” Other climate scientists agree, claiming that global warming will probably generate gargantuan droughts over not just California but also a much larger swath of the U.S. Southwest. As was reported in the Los Angeles Times: The chance of a “megadrought” gripping the Southwest for more than 30 years has increased to 50%, scientists say, which means bad news for California's already parched landscape. The odds of a 10-year drought afflicting the southwestern U.S. have increased to 80%, according to a new study by Cornell University, the University of Arizona and the U.S. Geological Survey. One complicating factor in regard to such predictions, however, is the fact that global warming, to the extent that it occurs, is expected to generate greater precipitation1_b@b_1the global scale. At more localized frames of analysis, to be sure, some regions are expected to see pronounced rainfall reduction. For California, different climate-forecast modelsWestern6238Caucasus Western Asia1005rism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America North America Russia, Ukraine, and Caucasus South Asia Southeast Asia Southwest Asia and North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa World Series The Caucasus Demic Atlas Indo-European Origins Imaginary Geography Northern California Siberia Editorials Resources Customizable Base Maps Geography Blogs & Websites Map Collections Guest Posts Quizzes About About GeoCurrents GC Conceptual Concerns About Martin W. Lewis Books By Martin W. Lewis Talks by MarAsia505Caucasus Western Asia
  'ARkStorm' from the web at 'http://meteora.ucsd.edu/cap/pdffiles/ARkStorm_Summit_Handout_Final.pdf'  pdf  ARkStorm_Summit...0.4 MB  - 'ARkStorm' Web

9. Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right | Center for...
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13Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right | Center for Strategic and International Studies Skip to Navigation Contact Us Topics Regions Programs Experts Multimedia Publications Events Press About Us Support CSIS Jan 29, 2016 Home / Publications / Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right Printer-friendly version Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right Overview Multimedia Events In the News Publications on: Defense and Security Energy and Sustainability Global Health Human Rights International Development Technology and Cybersecurity Trade and EconomicsAfrica Americas Arctic Asia Europe Middle East Russia and Eurasia Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right By Gordon M. Hahn Sep 1, 2011 “Allah willing, all of the brothers, who are carrying out Jihad in the entire world, are our brothers for the sake of Allah, and we all today are going on one road and this road leaCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia1623liban's Mullah Omar. They are the words of Dokku Umarov or, by his nom de guerre, Abu Usman, the amir of the mujahideen of Russia's North Caucasus. The self-declared Caucasus Emirate (CE) was founded in October 2007 to supplant the radical national separatist movement of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeriya (ChRI), then in a period of steep decline. As straightforward and clear as Umarov's statement is, this and identical assertions of his and numerous other CE amirs have made little impression on Western, especially American, discussions of the usually amorphously described “violence in the North Caucasus.” Journalists, analysts, academics, and activists persist in ignoring, denying, and even hiding from the public and policymakers the global jihadization of the Chechen/Caucasus mujahideen, a long process that goes back to the mid-1990s. The “violence in the North Caucasus” is anything but generic and is far from being perpetrated exclusively by Chechens or RussiaWestern1123Caucasus Western Asia662 Topics Regions Programs Experts Multimedia Publications Events Press About Us Support CSIS Jan 29, 2016 Home / Publications / Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right Printer-friendly version Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right Overview Multimedia Events In the News Publications on: Defense and Security Energy and Sustainability Global Health Human Rights International Development Technology and Cybersecurity Trade and EconomicsAfrica Americas Arctic Asia Europe Middle East Russia and Eurasia Getting the Caucasus Emirate Right By Gordon M. Hahn Sep 1, 2011 “Allah willing, all of the brothers, who are carrying out Jihad in the entire world, are our brothers for the sake of Allah, and we all today are going on one road and this road leads to Paradise.” These are not the words of al Qaeda's Osama bin Laden, his deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri, or even the Taliban's Mullah Omar. They are the wordsAsia162Caucasus Western Asia
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10. Base-Maps of the Philippines & Linguistic/R...
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288Base-Maps of the Philippines Linguistic/Regional Controversies in the Archipelago | GeoCurrents HomeGC Maps GC Maps by Country GC Maps by Topic GC Language Maps of the Caucasus Demic Atlas Customizable Base Maps Categories Cartography Cultural Geography Culinary Geography Education Ethnicity Linguistic Geography Religion Sports Demic Atlas Economic Geography Energy Geography of Tourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific CaribbeaCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia6294360 approved on January 21, 2013. Not surprisingly, several new provinces have been proposed, as can be seen on the Wikipedia map posted here. The Philippine’s structure of administrative regions has also changed frequently, with new regions added and with provinces transferred from one region to another. An executive order in 2015, for example, created a new region composed only of the two provinces on the island of Negros, which had previously been divided between the Central Visayas and the Western Visayas regions. This division reflected the island’s cultural and linguistic affinities, but evidently caused problems in planning and developmental initiatives. The new region is officially designed to “further accelerate the social and economic development of the cities and municipalities comprising the provinces of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental and improve the delivery of public services in the aforementioned provinces.” The linguistic division of the island, however, presentWestern5794Caucasus Western Asia1011rism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America North America Russia, Ukraine, and Caucasus South Asia Southeast Asia Southwest Asia and North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa World Series The Caucasus Demic Atlas Indo-European Origins Imaginary Geography Northern California Siberia Editorials Resources Customizable Base Maps Geography Blogs & Websites Map Collections Guest Posts Quizzes About About GeoCurrents GC Conceptual Concerns About Martin W. Lewis Books By Martin W. Lewis Talks by MarAsia511Caucasus Western Asia
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11. Slides on Conflicts in the East Asian Seas | Ge...
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261Mapping the Global Distribution of Information1_b@b_1Oxford | GeoCurrents HomeGC Maps GC Maps by Country GC Maps by Topic GC Language Maps of the Caucasus Demic Atlas Customizable Base Maps Categories Cartography Cultural Geography Culinary Geography Education Ethnicity Linguistic Geography Religion Sports Demic Atlas Economic Geography Energy Geography of Tourism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia EuCaucasus1Caucasus Western Asia6017ed in “various cities and states” (mostly because of their multiple, regional editions). Also of significance here is the distinction between circulation and readership; many newspapers in India rank much higher in the latter than in the former category, as individual copies are often passed around many readers. However one tallies the impact of newspapers in India, it is clear that the business is thriving in the country, unlike in much of the rest if the world. As recently noted in LiveMint, “Western investors scoff1_b@b_1the idea of buying newspaper companies, assuming that with the rise of Internet, the newspaper is yesterday’s business model. However, circulation numbers in India continue to grow well, more so in the regional languages and it takes an understanding of the local context to bet against the pervasive bearishness about newspapers.” India does not figure nearly so prominently in another image produced by Oxford Internet Institute, this one measuring the “location of acadeWestern5517Caucasus Western Asia984rism Environmental Geography Geographical Education Geographical Thought Geography in the Media Geography of Crime and Punishment Geopolitics Autonomous Zones Border Disputes Insurgencies Myth of the Nation-State Nationalism Protest Movements Regionalism Self-Declared States State Failure Struggles Between States Historical Geography Imaginary Geography Physical Geography Place Names Population Geography Gender Genetics Health Migrations Places Australia and Pacific Caribbean Central Asia East Asia Europe Islands Latin America North America Russia, Ukraine, and Caucasus South Asia Southeast Asia Southwest Asia and North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa World Series The Caucasus Demic Atlas Indo-European Origins Imaginary Geography Northern California Siberia Editorials Resources Customizable Base Maps Geography Blogs & Websites Map Collections Guest Posts Quizzes About About GeoCurrents GC Conceptual Concerns About Martin W. Lewis Books By Martin W. Lewis Talks by MarAsia484Caucasus Western Asia
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