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Read online La Revanche de la Geographie: Ce Que Les Cartes Nous Disent Des Conflits a Venir.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC La Revanche de la Geographie: Ce Que Les Cartes Nous Disent Des Conflits a Venir A l ere du transport aerien de masse et des nouvelles technologies de communication de nombreux analystes politiques et economiques estiment que le monde est desormais plat qu il est en passe de devenir un espace commun ou les nations auront tendance progressivement a s effacer Appuye sur sa longue experience et sur ses voyages le plus souvent a pied dans quasiment tous les pays Robert Kaplan propose ici une lecture du monde plus pragmatique Il reprend les principales etudes des grands geographes pour expliquer les moments charnieres de l Histoire dans chaque aire civilisationnelle et s en sert pour devoiler les rivalites structurelles les aspirations profondes et continues des nations Rejoignant la celebre phrase de Napoleon La politique d un etat est dans sa geographie il anticipe les grandes lignes d un prochain cycle de conflits qui se concentreront selon lui entre les grandes plaines d Europe de l Est et les carrefours vitaux de l Asie du Sud Est Robert D Kaplan a ete correspondant de presse dans le monde entier professeur a l Academie Navale d Annapolis et enfin membre du Conseil de Defense des Etats Unis de a La CIA et le Pentagone le consultent regulierement by Robert D. Kaplan

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La Revanche de la Geographie: Ce Que Les Cartes Nous Disent Des Conflits a Venir
Title:La Revanche de la Geographie: Ce Que Les Cartes Nous Disent Des Conflits a Venir
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Number of Pages:528
Category:History, Non fiction, Politics, Geography, International relations
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