noun (used with a singular verb)
Origin of geopolitics
Examples from the Web for geopolitics
Contemporary Examples of geopolitics
The F-22, after decades of development, is finally becoming relevant to American security and geopolitics.America’s Advanced Stealth Jet Flies on 1990s Tech
October 1, 2014
In geopolitics, the doctrine of mutually assured destruction prevents the use of weapons of mass destruction against a foe.The App Bringing Out The Best/Worst in Washington’s Gays
May 31, 2014
They go where the profits are, not where geopolitics dictates.Bringing U.S. Energy Policy Into the 21st Century
April 1, 2014
His book, he hopes, combines science, geopolitics, and larky history.BP, Putin, and the Power of Oil
March 9, 2014
Everything I ever really needed to know about geopolitics I learned from watching the Olympics.The Olympics Are Already Two Days Old. This Is Your Test.
February 9, 2014
Historical Examples of geopolitics
The newcomers were all destitute, the refugees of the geopolitics of hate from both the Eastern block and from the Arab countries.
These eunuchs of geopolitics do not dare to carry their military and economic clout to its logical and beneficial conclusion.
Unfortunately possessed of strategic import, the Balkan was ravaged by geopolitics.