How Does Geography Shape China's Domestic and Foreign Policies? (short reading)

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs

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This excerpt discusses how China's domestic and foreign policies have largely been shaped by its land size, historic borders, and access to natural resources. The talk is based on Kaplan's book The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate. 

The classroom friendly excerpt can be found here.

Lesson tags: 
Advanced Placement (AP)