The geopolitics of representation in foreign news

explaining Darfur
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Lexington Books , Lanham
History, Foreign public opinion, Mass media and the conflict, Press cov
StatementBella Mody
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LC ClassificationsDT159.6.D27 M63 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL25001124M
ISBN 139780739120705, 9780739120712
LC Control Number2010027785

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While geopolitics usually refers to countries and relations between them, it may also focus on two other kinds of states: de facto independent states with limited international recognition and.

His book represented a systematic attempt to apply geopolitics to the American case. He stressed the importance of a global balance-of-power policy, with the United States acting as the balancer -- a role that could be played only if the United States maintained a margin of superiority around the Eurasian littoral, or "rimland," keeping Author: Geoffrey Sloan.

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III. Geopolitics is one of the most difficult sciences to have a single—and precise—definition, as it can have a wide array of interpretations.

A political analyst could perceive geopolitics as the exercise and distribution of power within the legislative branch of a government, analyzing the power dynamics—within a congress—of who and which party will support a new foreign policy towards.Geopolitics, from Greek Γη (earth) and Πολιτική (politics) in broad terms, is a theory that describes the relation between politics and territory whether on local or international scale.

It comprises the art and practice of analysing, proscribing, forecasting, and the using of political power over a given territory. This article was originally published at By Rodger Baker InStratfor published The Geopolitics of China: A Great Power Enclosed, the .