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A fascinating analysis of geography in relation to geopolitics. I think he used too many references to other authors in the text that could have been put in the footnotes.Published 8 days ago by James L. Turnipseed
Kaplan clearly explains why geography is still relevant in today's World.
A true tour of World geography, geopolitics and history!
Always a good read, thought provoking and an adventure at the same time. Kaplan understands politics are universal and sees clearly through that dark glass.Published 11 days ago by Michael Dowling
Kaplan presents a masterfully crafted argument for a soft form of geographical determinism; using a breadth of historical exemplification to provide a thoroughly comprehensible and... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Josh LL
Overall, I consider this is a very good book. I see some differences of opinion here as to whether this truly is about geography or more closely resembles some other discipline,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kodiak Kiska
In his "Kaplanesque" fashion, the author explores every facet of how geography not only plays a part, but virtually dictates how moves have been made and will continue to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by l'homme de guerre
Good and relevant information, but the writing "style" leaves a bit to be desired. It seems many of the paragraphs are comprised of one long sentence, or so it seems. Read morePublished 2 months ago by H. Hansen