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The link to evolutionary theoryEuropeNorth America OmanManipulation and deceptionBurmaBusiness intelligenceUzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and TajikistanThe United Arab Emirates (UAE)Language and linguistic enclavesThe public sector and the problem of efficiencyThe seduction of historyEvolutionary economics and the competition between scientific paradigmsImportant economic regions of the futureCentral Asia: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, KyrgyzstanThe conflict between Western and Asian valuesIraqWhat geoeconomics is and who the study is relevant forIrelandBurkina Faso, Togo, Mali, and SenegalThe seduction of current eventsThe arrival of the World StateKaliningrad/KönigsbergFranceOn the European continent: from Buffon to Lamarck, Cuvier, and DarwinBibliographyPopulationsPakistanSudanThe CaucasusIndiaTurkeyChechnyaAustraliaSingaporeHow new technology leads to increased transparencyThe link to real political thoughtAsia and Australia The economic dimension NigeriaThe economy: financial versus military strengthReligions as a Social ForceFrom geopolitics to geoeconomicsThe prevailing agenda: productivity and efficiencyNormative intelligence analysisIn generalFrom classical economics to geoeconomicsYemenJapanRealpolitik, the self-interest of the nation stateAfghanistanThe organization as a vehicle for competitionGermany and Austria: Austrian versus historical schoolsCongo and the Great Lakes regionCompetitive advantage of nations: theories and realitiesSouth KoreaPopulismThe Middle EastThe strength of Europe and the EUSouthern AfricaZimbabweColonialismQatarEducationThe link to the study of strategy and intelligence studiesTanzaniaAfricaEastern EuropeArmeniaHow the logic of geopolitics and geoeconomics moves in cyclesBritainElements of geoeconomicsUnemploymentThe difference between the disciplines of geopolitics and geoeconomicsVietnamState.The age of intelligenceBruneiGeorgescu-Roegen : the right man at the wrong timeTerrorism and WarCulture, ethnicity, and "race"The organic view of social behaviourAcknowledgementsThe renaissance of geopolitical thoughtEconomic espionage and the intelligence communityA victory for historical materialismWorld Business Activities (Dorling et al.: 2008)JordanThe perspective of this bookThe differences between geopolitics and geoeconomicsThe many faces of democracyThe social dimensionThe age of petroleumSaudi ArabiaThe Americas MongoliaThe new nationalism of nation state and trade unionsThe work of a managerGeoeconomic maximsEvolutionary theory versus environmental adaptationThe legacy of the discipline of geopoliticsIsraelTaiwanThe Great GameKey intelligence topics for the study of geoeconomicsGermanyGeoeconomics in relation to evolutionary theoryItalyCambodiaThe cultural dimensionBahrainChad and NigerSyriaThe Mediterranean basin Perspectives by geographical locationThe Nordic countries The seduction of mapsMultinationals controlled by the nation stateNation states controlled by multinationalsThe political dimensionIranRussia and the Tartar worldChinaAsiaThe mass media and their logicParallels between Boulding and Luhmann: cybernetics and social systemsThe USA: from Veblen to Boulding via SpencerSierra LeonePerspectives by topics and dimensionsThe drug trade and the MafiaThe Welfare State and social protectionSomalia, Ethiopia, and the Horn of AfricaThe evolution of societyThe doctrine of the NarelandThailand
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