Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to polities as affected by geographical relations.
- adj. Of, or relating to geopolitics.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. of or pertaining to geopolitics.
- adj. of or relating to geopolitics
“Souare said all the money in question was used for official purposes and for what he called the geopolitical security of the sub-region.”
“This might attract both techno readers and those interested in geopolitical thrillers, such as the novels by Tom Clancy and Dan Brown.”
“I'd want to be more like the friendly and benign Minnesota Twins or Green Bay Packers; or in geopolitical terms more like Bermuda or Canada or Finland - strong countries to be sure; independent, successful, but not vilified and never does one see their people or leaders burned in effigy by screaming hordes on CNN ...”
“When will PWC, Goldman etc wake up to the simple fact that they are hugely underestimating medium term geopolitical risk around China's growth, from both internal and external factors?”
“In fact, it is now nearly impossible to make any reliable medium-to-long term geopolitical or economic projections without taking environmental change in to account.”
“The long-term geopolitical scenarios are not easy to map out.”
“These problems include supporting the Saudi dictatorship because we need their oil and other dictatorships for our short-term geopolitical interests.”
“I don't think that Gandhi, a principled man who dedicated his life to solving problems peacefully, would agree to sacrifice the integrity of the NPT for a possible short-term geopolitical gain.”
“Then again, conditions elsewhere may have long-term geopolitical implications, which may eventually make the true price of that shirt a bit more than what the Wal-Mart tag shows.”
“As oil hits $75 per barrel, RBC analyst Joseph D. Allman said U.S. product distribution issues and long-term geopolitical problems will keep prices from dropping below $65 in coming months.”
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