Geopolitics and Strategic History 1871-2050
Routledge – 2014 – 224 pages
Series: Geopolitical Theory
A new explanation of the course of international politics from the rebirth of the German Empire to the rise of China. This volume contributes to empirically based geopolitical theory and uses that theory to improve our understanding of the major events in the international strategic history of a 150-year period.
Seven key historical chapters cover all the major areas:
In addition to these historical chapters, this essential text presents clear sections on geopolitical ideas, on possible patterns in strategic history, as well as an extensive 'critique and response' concerning the integrity of geopolitical approaches to world politics.
Geoff Sloan is lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Reading, UK.