Geopolitics

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Interest of• Tony Cartalucci
• Aleksandr Dugin
• William Engdahl
• Nigel Gould-Davies
• Stephen Gowans
• Robert Kaplan
• Gal Luft
• Oilgeopolitics.net
• Umberto Pascali
• Federico Pieraccini
• Richard Sakwa

 

An example

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Greece/Debt crisisThe crisis over Greek sovereign debt which came to a head with the election of the Syriza Party to office in January 2015 and its refusal to accept EU Commission and ECB demands for further dramatic austerity measure on an already desperately impoverished population.

 

Related Quotation

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Lucy Morgan Edwards“Asked by Tony Gosling why she thought the US & the UK were so interested in invading Afghanistan, other than the drugs ]: Clearly, it's nothing to do with democracy or women's rights. You'd have to need a lobotomy if you still believed that - despite all the relentless propaganda about free and fair elections and everything. That's complete and utter nonsense. It's just one massive great military base now. I went back there in 2013. I found it really shocking, the military, the militarised presence in Kabul, the watchtowers, the Hesco barriers... It's nothing to do with helping Afghanistan develop, but I think it's all about being a military base for the coming wars on Iran, China, potentially Russia. It's all about where it's located. As we know Lord Curzon said obver a hundred years ago it was the center of the geopolitical chessboard of Asia.”Lucy Morgan EdwardsMarch 2018

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:The Geo-Politics of the Strait of Hormuzwebpage8 January 2012Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
File:The Geographical Pivot of History.pdfpaper1 April 1904Halford MackinderHalford Mackinder's seminal paper on the determining role of global geography on global politics. The concepts and categories it defines have remained a staple of geo-politics for over 100 years and were the root motivations of the allied powers in both 20th century world wars.


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