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A short course of lectures

EuropeThe seduction of historyIraqThe organization as a vehicle for competitionIrelandBruneiThe CaucasusBurkina Faso, Togo, Mali, and SenegalJapanThe Mediterranean basin Normative intelligence analysisFrom geopolitics to geoeconomicsReligions as a Social ForcePerspectives by topics and dimensionsAustraliaGermany and Austria: Austrian versus historical schoolsSaudi ArabiaMultinationals controlled by the nation stateAsia and Australia Language and linguistic enclavesOn the European continent: from Buffon to Lamarck, Cuvier, and DarwinThe economy: financial versus military strengthFranceSouthern AfricaChechnyaSyriaCulture, ethnicity, and "race"MongoliaEastern EuropeBurmaGeorgescu-Roegen : the right man at the wrong timeThe Welfare State and social protectionBibliographyTurkeyBahrainThe mass media and their logicA victory for historical materialismTaiwanIsraelElements of geoeconomicsThe prevailing agenda: productivity and efficiencyThe many faces of democracyJordanThe public sector and the problem of efficiencyThe seduction of current eventsColonialismIndiaAcknowledgementsNation states controlled by multinationalsThe economic dimension The seduction of mapsWhat geoeconomics is and who the study is relevant forPakistanArmeniaTerrorism and WarSingaporeThe doctrine of the NarelandZimbabweThe organic view of social behaviourPerspectives by geographical locationState.The political dimensionThe work of a managerPopulationsThe link to real political thoughtThe conflict between Western and Asian valuesThe Nordic countries How the logic of geopolitics and geoeconomics moves in cyclesThe renaissance of geopolitical thoughtKaliningrad/KönigsbergThe USA: from Veblen to Boulding via SpencerIranSouth KoreaRealpolitik, the self-interest of the nation stateThe new nationalism of nation state and trade unionsThe differences between geopolitics and geoeconomicsSierra LeoneThe arrival of the World StatePopulismKey intelligence topics for the study of geoeconomicsQatarFrom classical economics to geoeconomicsYemenBusiness intelligenceCentral Asia: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, KyrgyzstanIn generalCompetitive advantage of nations: theories and realitiesTanzaniaVietnamThe evolution of societyUnemploymentManipulation and deceptionNigeriaGeoeconomic maximsThe difference between the disciplines of geopolitics and geoeconomicsHow new technology leads to increased transparencyCambodiaAfricaCongo and the Great Lakes regionEvolutionary theory versus environmental adaptationEvolutionary economics and the competition between scientific paradigmsItalyImportant economic regions of the futureBritainThe link to evolutionary theoryAsiaAfghanistanThe legacy of the discipline of geopoliticsThe age of intelligenceThailandThe perspective of this bookChad and NigerSudanRussia and the Tartar worldSomalia, Ethiopia, and the Horn of AfricaUzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and TajikistanWorld Business Activities (Dorling et al.: 2008)The drug trade and the MafiaThe cultural dimensionThe age of petroleumThe link to the study of strategy and intelligence studiesParallels between Boulding and Luhmann: cybernetics and social systemsGermanyNorth America Economic espionage and the intelligence communityGeoeconomics in relation to evolutionary theoryThe social dimensionThe Middle EastThe strength of Europe and the EUOmanChinaThe Americas The United Arab Emirates (UAE)EducationThe Great Game
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