The Geopolitical Antiquities

Ancient history seems to be an inexhaustible source of examples for all areas of human life. This is especially true of politics. Any reflection on the power of ancient Rome can lead to some geopolitical digression. Does this approach make sense?


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Author Paweł Behrendt
Political Science Ph.D. candidate at the University of Vienna, expert at the Boym Institute, the deputy chief-editor of and a regular contributor to Nowa Konfederacja thinkzine.
Date 10 / 2019
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