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About GeoCurrents

By Martin W. Lewis | June 13, 2011 |
Map of Geopolitical Anomalies

GeoCurrents is a map-illustrated forum dedicated to exploring global geography. Most posts link to current events, supplying historical background, spatial analysis, and political and intellectual context. Events both major (rebellion in Libya) and minor (protests in Tripura, India)

Mapping Forms of Government in the 18th Century and Today

By Martin W. Lewis | April 19, 2011 |
Forms of government in 18th century Europe

As we have seen, maps from the 18th century typically subdivide Europe in a different manner from historical maps produced today, focusing much less on sovereignty. Cartographers typically divided the region into a dozen or so “countries,” some of which were independent kingdoms and others dependent lands, and one of which was a supranational organization

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