Contributor Perspectives

The Meaning of Geography Is Changing, Not Disappearing

Ian Morris
Board of Contributors
May 18, 2016 | 08:00 GMT
According to Parag Khanna, connectivity has replaced the old Westphalian world of borders with a

According to Parag Khanna, connectivity has replaced the old Westphalian world of borders with a "supply chain world."

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Like so many of Stratfor's contributors, I spend a lot of time thinking about geography. In the past, I have even suggested that geography has been the main force determining the different fates of each part of the planet for the past 20,000 years. But Is the meaning of geography changing so much that it has ceased to mean anything at all?...

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