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    Revenge of Geography

    An American neo-conservative turned reluctant realist, Kaplan has written an interesting book that must still be taken with a grain of salt. He unabashedly sees his own country's interests as the only important matter and still views the world with a cold-war vision. I am not sure what value the book has for others.
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    Insights into the Role of Geography in Human Affairs

    This book sets out interesting insights into the role of geography in European, Russian, Chinese, Indian, Iranian and Turkish affairs. These insights are then applied to American and Mexican affairs. The author concludes that the United States has roles to play in Middle Eastern, Chinese and Mexican affairs, and that the future of Mexican affairs is by far the most important.

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