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the study of the effects of economic geography on the powers of the state

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Syrian troops withdrew from Lebanon under international pressure in 2005 after a 29-year presence, but Assad retains big influence in the small but geopolitically important country through his main ally, the Shiite guerrilla group Hezbollah, the only Lebanese party that has an officially approved arsenal.
So it is time to think geopolitically, not just fiscally, about the Mediterranean.
if they have differences with the Turks it is because Turkey, as a large country, wants to geopolitically control the Middle East, which so far is controlled by Israel, that is their quarrel".
Renewable energy in the UK is important for many reasons, a point I m certainly going to be stressing, said she added, Whilst carbon reduction is vitally important, it s also about creating a secure energy future, reducing dependency on imports from geopolitically challenging regions, not creating wastes, driving innovation for a sustainable life and so much more.
26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In his keynote address, during the opening session of the 2012 Latin Trade Symposium, Enrique Garcia, the chief executive of CAF, the development bank of Latin America, stressed that the region could become a strong strategic partner for the United States, both geopolitically and economically.
It is an exciting place to be and it is so important geopolitically.
8 October 2009 <p>A geopolitically strong Europe is ultimately desirable, not least for the Middle East with which European powers have long, if not always praiseworthy links.
Gordon will also be responsible for managing our relations with Turkey, a valuable NATO ally with a predominantly Muslim population in a dangerous and geopolitically strategic location.
As China becomes more geopolitically ambitious, Japan has to be more conscious of protecting its own position.
Fuller, believes that Gareth porter's book provides a striking and vital corrective on the geopolitically damaging course of US last decades of manufactured confrontations with Iran.
The country sits in a geopolitically important area in Europe and the Eurasian region, and is expected to achieve rapid economic development in the future.
We have to make choices on what energy mix we need in the future - America's current energy mix is geopolitically, environmentally, and economically unsustainable.
So there were -- there were risks involved -- geopolitically in making the decision.
Geopolitically, Saudi Arabia is more concerned about Iran's regional ambitions and its quest for nuclear weapons.
For some time, Braun has focused on work that has been defined as "transcultural," in which geopolitically different cultural worlds are compared, the artist bringing out points of contact and intermingling.