The Geopolitics of the United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

MIN READJul 4, 2016 | 09:49 GMT

With large oceans to the east and west, America's geography often allowed the United States to develop in isolation.

The Geography of the United States makes the country uniquely capable of becoming a global power.

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Stratfor covers the globe from its headquarters in Austin, Texas. As a result, many of the company's staff celebrate the Independence Day holiday on July 4. Today, we are sharing this geopolitical overview of the United States, explaining how the country's geography made the nation uniquely capable of becoming a global power. ...

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