The Geopolitics of Rudolf Kjellen
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Dealing with different regions and cases, the contributions in this volume address and critically explore the theme of borders, educations, and religions in northern Europe. As shown in different ways, and contrary to popular ideas, there seems to...
"With an engaging critical perspective on classical geopolitics, the contributions to this volume illuminate both the historical and theoretical contributions of Kjellen and his pivotal role in the development of the field as a sub-discipline of political science." * Geoff Sloan, University of Reading
Ragnar Bjoerk is a retired Associate Professor of History from Uppsala University and is now affiliated with Soedertoern University.
List of Illustrations Foreword: Why Rudolf Kjellen? Mark Bassin Introduction Ragnar Bjoerk and Thomas Lunden Chapter 1. Rudolf Kjellen: Academic, Publicist, Politician Ragnar Bjoerk, Bert Edstroem and Thomas Lunden Chapter 2. Rudolf Kjellen: The Swedish Intellectual and Political Context Ragnar Bjoerk Chapter 3. Swedens Borders: Kjellen's Contribution to Social Science by Defining and Applying Geopolitics Claes G. Alvstam & Thomas Lunden Chapter 4. Rudolf Kjellen's Great Power Studies: The Editions Ragnar Bjoerk Chapter 5. Rudolf Kjellen's Great Power Studies: Examining Germany, USA, Russia, Japan Ragnar Bjoerk Chapter 6. Geopolitics, Political Geography and the Political Science Irredenta: Kjellens The State as a Form of Life Thomas Lunden Chapter 7. Kjellen and World War I Gunnar Falkemark Chapter 8. The Small Game in the Shadow of the Great Game: Kjellenian Biopolitics between Constructivism and Realism Carl Marklund Chapter 9. Discourse, Identity, and Territoriality: Kjellen's Thinking about a European Federation of States Ola Tunander Chapter 10. Rudolf Kjellen's Intellectual Impact in Latin America Andres Rivarola Puntigliano Chapter 11. Kjellen's Legacy: A Story of Divergent Interpretations Thomas Lunden Conclusion: Kjellen's Life and Work: Tensions between Opposites Ragnar Bjoerk and Thomas Lunden Index