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Antarctica and Argentine Geopolitical Thinking1

Antarctica and Argentine Geopolitical Thinking 1 Jack Child Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies The American University Washington, D.C. 20016 INTRODUCTION This study suggests that geopolitical thinking in Argentina, as well as in neighboring countries, has strongly influenced ...

Comparative Geopolitics – the case of Egypt

Comparative Geopolitics - Egypt 1 1.0 Introduction This purpose of this report is to explain and analyze the current geopolitical situation in Egypt.


In the late 1970s and early 1980s as superpower relations degenerated once again, other geopolitical crises created the conditions for confrontations, miscalculations, and blunders.


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Afghanistan and Regional Geopolitical

Afghanistan and Regional Geopolitical Dynamics after 11 September Conference Proceedings 18-19 April 2002 The National Intelligence Council (NIC) routinely sponsors unclassified conferences with outside experts to gain knowledge and insights to sharpen the level of debate on critical issues.

Geopolitical Risk & Terrorism

This White Paper from the Arup Security Consulting group outlines the background to geopolitical risk and terrorism, and the importance of such issues to the strategies and operations of global businesses.

The Geopolitical Implications of Environmental Change

Introduction When Sir Halford Mackinder delivered his lecture "The Geographical Pivot of History" to the Royal Geographical Society shortly after the turn of the twentieth century, he was convinced that world politics would ultimately hinge on control of one specific part of the globe.

A Geopolitical Mapping of the Post-9/11 World:

in their bid to justify military action in the Middle East (Newspolls 2006) 1. Fifty-four percent of those questioned in the poll also said they were "personally, more angry at the federal government" than previously, the highest level recorded in an 11-year trend study.


GEOPOLITICAL TRENDS IN THE NEAR FUTURE: WELCOME TO THE ANTHROPOCENE! By Simon Dalby, Carleton University sdalby@gmail.com Draft paper for presentation to a workshop on "The World in 2030: Geopolitics & Global Climate Change" June 24-25, 2010.

Geopolitical Visions of Central Europe*

Geopolitical Visions of Central Europe* John O'Loughlin Institute of Behavioral Science University of Colorado Campus Box 487 Boulder, CO. 80309-0487 USA Email: johno@colorado. edu * Acknowledgements: This research was supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.