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Geopolitics is a branch of geography attempting to explain relationships between geographical realities and international affairs, and studies power-relationships past, present, and future among politics, demography, and economics, especially with respect to the foreign policy of nations. It's also that branch of political-geography that considers the strategic value of land and sea-areas in the context of economic and military ambitions, and the state’s power to control space to shape foreign policy and international relations. Its overarching concern is with how geographical factors, including territory, population, strategic location, and natural-resource endowments, as modified by economics and technology, affect the relations between states and their struggle for world domination.

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