Geography and Foreign Policy by Nicholas John Spykman
“Ministers come and ministers go, even dictators die, but mountain ranges stand unperturbed.”
„Since the Red Sea parted for Moses and the sun obligingly paused for Joshua, the human will have been unable to recapture the control over topography and climate exhibited by those forceful gentlemen, and it is probably safe to say that it was by Russian geography rather than by men that the diminutive Corsican was finally defeated.”
Nicholas Spykman, 1938
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