Shifting Geopolitics: The Rise of Eurasia

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WASHINGTON — With U.S. presidential elections approaching, debate over the long-term future of U.S. foreign policy is sure to become increasingly animated, and there’s no shortage in this town of scholars and analysts eager to weigh in. Among them is Jakub J. Grygiel, whose new book, “Great Powers and Geopolitical Change,” offers a history of how geopolitical strategy — or geostrategy — has shaped the fate of past and present empires from the Romans to the Ottomans and the Chinese. I recently chatted with Grygiel, the George H.W. Bush Assistant Professor of International Relations at Johns Hopkins University’s School of […]


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