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[treated as singular or plural] Politics, especially international relations, as influenced by geographical factors.‘we were entering a new phase of global geopolitics’
- ‘In the ensuing chapters, he effectively fails to make the conceptual leap from military strategy to geopolitics.’
- ‘The campaign is all about oil or geopolitics or some combination of the two.’
- ‘The early 1990s were a particularly optimistic time in light of everything going on in geopolitics.’
- ‘In the his presidency, geopolitics trumped economic politics.’
- ‘Geopolitics impinge on the market in the form of supply disruptions or the specter of such.’
- ‘Geographical position or size may confer on a country a specific role in geopolitics or international trade.’
- ‘He anticipates some big changes in geopolitics based on his recent work with the government on the future of national security.’
- ‘Geopolitics may provide the greatest uncertainty for the recovery ahead.’
- ‘This war has been a push to dominate geopolitics by defining them in military terms.’
- ‘This week's bulletin will have no ranting, no raving, no geopolitics nor any theoretical musings.’
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