Prisoners of Geography
|Original title||Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics|
|Publisher||Elliott & Thompson, Scribner|
Prisoners of Geography describes the impact geography can have on international affairs, offering an explanation for such geopolitical events as Russia's annexation of Crimea based on Russia's need to retain access to warm-water ports and China's actions in Tibet to enforce its border with India.
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