Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Explain Everything About the World by Tim Marshall is an enlightening book that explores how geography shapes politics and societies. Through ten maps, Marshall demonstrates how physical aspects such as location, climate, and borders influence a country's foreign policy. The book provides important context behind relationships that are often mischaracterized or oversimplified. Despite some flaws in the maps and occasional repetition, this book offers a valuable perspective on international relations.Best for
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Containing useful facts and up-to-date information, this book should be required reading for students of international relations as well as political geography.
Excellent book explaining in few pages history, geography and the geopolitical impact of the nation in review as well as bordering countries.
Well done and easy to follow.
Interesting history lesson on how geography shaped successful and failed states. A look across how each geographic region was defined by its physical features.
Marshall pulls knowledge of geography, history and politics together to provide an impressive array of insights…some arguable, but all worth the reading.
Understanding why countries developed as they did, because of their geographical boundaries, is an education in itself. Written well, easy reading. Very interesting.
A whole new way of looking at the world!
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