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- n. The branch of geopolitics that deals with strategy.
- n. The geopolitical and strategic factors that together characterize a certain geographic area.
- n. Governmental strategy based on geopolitics.
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- n. The strategic use of geopolitics.
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- n. the branch of geopolitics dealing with strategy
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Michael Moran is vice president, executive editor and senior geostrategy analyst at Roubini Global Economics.
Coimbra described herself and the others as the "type of people who at night talk in encrypted chat rooms about world events, espionage, geostrategy, read John Le Carre novels, read Jeff Stein's Spy Talk blog, and by day work like everybody else."
Michael Moran is the executive editor and senior geostrategy analyst of Roubini Global Economics.
This drive also allows the US to consolidate European dependence for its energy security on NATO, thus solidifying EU support of the wider US geostrategy to control global energy resources and transportation routes.
But with few exceptions, thinkers and leaders have always considered the classics a basic tool of analysis, of understanding the sound criteria for decision-making in politics, diplomacy and geostrategy.
In the White House and in exile, he would spend hours stewing over yellow legal pads, war-gaming geostrategy, memorizing his dinner guests 'alma maters - and forever plotting the next campaign.
Well before 1914, Britain's geostrategy was threefold:
To put it in a terminology that harkens back to the more brutal age of ancient empires, the three grand imperatives of imperial geostrategy are to prevent collusion and maintain security dependence among the vassals, to keep tributaries pliant and protected, and to keep the barbarians from coming together.
Finally, Ahmed unlocks the underlying geostrategy of the War on Terror - the culmination of a decades-long plan to secure and expand an increasingly unstable system.
While it may seem tiringly redundant when foreshortened into a review format, Parsi effectively reiterates the ideology/geostrategy idea throughout his work through strong examples and many quotes from sources that were or are involved in the apparent and real conflicts of the triad.