Americans have always thought in terms of geography: The Purchase of Louisiana

True, geography, or more broadly speaking, geopolitics – understood as the deployment of resources across space, using pivotal areas, points of strength and transport corridors – is not the only factor that defines the way states (and more specifically the leaders of states) behave.

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Author Kuba Gąsiorowski
Holds Ph.D. in law, an expert in the field of the history of American political and legal thought, author of "The American Project". Alumnus of the Fulbright Scholarship in Washington D.C. His articles were published by the Jagiellonian Club, New Confederation and Rzeczpospolita Daily. He is an attorney working in international trade. Short-listed for the "Rising Stars 2019" Award by "Legal Newspaper Daily" and Wolters Kluwer publishing house.
Date 12 / 2019
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