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2017 | R. 21, nr 4, t. 2 Security and International Relations in the North | 237--254
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High North Geopolitics Beyond Scales

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Geopolityka Dalekiej Północy w ujęciu glokalnym
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W zarówno w kręgach mediów masowych, jak i środowiskach akademickich, koncepcja "geopolityki" zasadniczo jest wiązana ze spektakularnymi konfliktami w sferze stosunków międzynarodowych, podczas gdy lokalne konflikty polityczne są często oznaczane mianem socjologiczno-politycznego studium przypadku. Ta sytuacja ma szczególne znaczenie dla regionu arktycznego. Powyższy paradygmat utrudnia opracowanie odpowiedniej teoretycznej ramy analizy, która umożliwiłaby zrozumienie stosunków geopolitycznych między podmiotami politycznymi (indywidualnymi i zbiorowymi) zaangażowanymi (lub nie) na wszystkich szczeblach zarządzania w obliczu zmiennych kontekstów geograficznych, obejmujących regiony każdego typu i skali. W oparciu o niedawne francuskie podejście geopolityczne "geopolityki lokalnej", a w szczególności pracy Subra, niniejszy artykuł przedstawia oryginalny wgląd w kwestie politycznych barier, napięć i konfliktów związanych z geopolityką jako dyscypliną zainteresowanej "przestrzenią" uznawaną za "kwestię (geo)polityczną". Artykuł proponuje lepsze odwzorowanie obecnych napięć geopolitycznych napotykanych przez lokalnych aktorów na wysokiej Północy. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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In both the popular media and academic circles, the concept of 'geopolitics' remains essentially related to spectacular conflicts in the sphere of international relations while local political conflicts are often labelled as sociological/political 'case studies'. This situation is particularly true for the Arctic region. This paradigm impedes the development of a relevant theoretical frame of analysis which would permit a sound understanding of the geopolitical relationships between political actors (individual and collective) involved (or not) at all levels of governance within variable geographical contexts covering all scales and types of region. Drawing on the recent French geopolitical approach of 'local geopolitics', and particularly the work of Subra, the present paper offers an original insight concerning political barriers, tensions and conflicts related to geopolitics as a discipline interested in 'space(s)' considered as '(geo)political issue(s)'. The paper advocates the better mapping of current geopolitical tensions faced by local actors in the High North. (original abstract)
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  • Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland
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