About Political Geography Now

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-Bonnie M., BBC News

Quality Coverage

Political Geography Now (PolGeoNow) chronicles changes to the world's countries, borders, and capitals, as well as territorial control in conflict zones and disputed territories. Every article features informative, easy-to-read maps and concise summaries of the latest news. The site is intended to be a high-value resource for professionals and scholars as well as teachers and regular people interested in geography and world politics.

We strive hard to stay strictly politically neutral, reporting only what is, and never taking a position on what should be. In a world with plenty of other sources for political analysis and policy recommendations, PolGeoNow's content is designed not to favor or condemn any country, group, political party, or ideology - but we never censor the facts, even if some parties may find them inconvenient.

Outstanding Maps

PolGeoNow is widely praised for its top-quality, regularly updated original maps, which use data compiled from a range of news media and academic sources. They have been featured repeatedly in the University of Texas's Perry-CastaƱeda Library Map Collection, and have appeared directly in sources such as:
Additionally, maps closely based on ours have appeared in reporting by:
We have also worked with staff at the BBC and the World Bank on map projects that have not as of yet been published.

Trusted Source

PolGeoNow is widely recognized for its uniquely extensive coverage of geopolitical changes and detailed tracking of territorial control in conflict zones. The site receives tens of thousands of visits every month from readers including university professors, magazine editors, diplomatic staff, and government officials. Our content is used internally by several government ministries in European countries, as well as in classrooms and law offices. In addition to the many publications using our maps (see above), PolGeoNow has also been featured in the Taipei Times and linked to by sites including:

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We are a small operation that relies on your support to produce our maps and reports. If you would like to support our continued production of quality content, we encourage you to sign up for a subscription to our professional conflict mapping service. A subscription gives you access to much more great content while also helping to ensure our continued operations.

Who We Are

The chief editor and cartographer of PolGeoNow is Evan Centanni. Most of PolGeoNow's content is currently produced by Evan and our conflict geography researcher Djordje Djukic, with others occasionally contributing.

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