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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 …

The Triskelion

By Martin W. Lewis | January 15, 2010 | One Comment

What do the Isle of Man, Sicily, and the German city of Fussen have in common?

The Finances of Man

By Martin W. Lewis | |

Sometimes the most obscure news article reveals significant processes that have the potential to reshape global geography. A case in point is a January 13, 2010 article from Transfer Pricing Weekly, all of seven sentences long, entitled “MAP Established between the Isle of Man and Australia.” The first sentence, which outlines “the mutual agreement procedures

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