of or relating to geopolitics; involving geographical and political elements
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How to use geopolitical in a sentence
The academic, historic, and geopolitical nonsense that Khomeinism equals Iran has lasted long enough.
The Texas governor is perfectly positioned to create a new geopolitical consensus in the GOP.
These moral and strategic assumptions continued into the Bush 43 era even as the geopolitical landscape shifted.
Ever since, the Saudis have seen the Brotherhood as both a domestic and geopolitical threat to the monarchy.
Our commonwealth neighbor to the north also had its own geopolitical motives for turning out at the box office.Whit Stillman on the 20th Anniversary of ‘Barcelona’, His New Amazon Series, and the Myth of the Ugly Expat | Michael Weiss | August 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
His allies were as disenchanted with his growing paranoia and geopolitical sado-masochism.
It is through this – and other Serb-induced crises – that Macedonia attained geopolitical importance.
The Czech's motivation was mainly geopolitical and marginally economic (though it was presented differently).
The EU's thinking was mainly economic and marginally geopolitical (though it was presented differently).
Numerous articles dealing with geopolitical and political economic issues.