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Diagramming the Realm of Queen Elizabeth II

By Martin W. Lewis | September 20, 2012 | 10 Comments

While contemplating Seth Jackson’s post on the lands of the British Crown, it occurred to me that a map-like diagram would be helpful for visualizing the geopolitical complexity that he described. I have posted here an attempt to do so. Feedback is welcome.
I have put a heavy black line around the “area of British sovereignty” to stress that this is …

The Crown Dependencies: What Exactly Are They?, By Seth Jackson

By Martin W. Lewis | September 19, 2012 | 7 Comments

Dear Readers,
Although GeoCurrents does not normally accept guest posts, I was so taken by this piece by Seth Jackson that I decided to make an exception. One of the main themes of this website is geopolitical complexity, and here we have it in spades!
Martin W. Lewis
 
The Crown Dependencies: What Exactly Are They?
By Seth Jackson
We often hear that the Isle of …

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