ABSTRACT

Since 1991 more than a dozen new land-locked states have emerged to be confronted with the geostrategic problems of access and communications. Contributors present the implications of land-lockedness and the historical development of trade routes.

chapter |11 pages

Introduction

chapter |15 pages

Chad: Power Vacuum or Geopolitical Focus

chapter |13 pages

African Land and Access Corridors

chapter |19 pages

Mongolia: Looking to the Sea

chapter |12 pages

Resolving the Problems of Land-lockedness

chapter |12 pages

Conclusions