Tag Archives: Eurasia

Mackinder Forum Seminar #80: Seth Cropsey, Founder of Yorktown Institute, “Eurasia’s Front Line and the Art of Strategy.”

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Long-time Mackinder Forum supporter, Seth Cropsey, Founder and President of the Yorktown Institute addressed the Mackinder Forum Saturday, August 5, 2023 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time to discuss: “Eurasia’s Front Line and the Art of Strategy” Abstract: American grand strategy is based on a partnership with… Read more »

Geopolitical Thinkers: James Fairgrieve

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James Fairgrieve (1870-1953) was a British geographer and teacher who in 1914 wrote Geography and World Power (published in 1915), a work that sought to show how geography “controls” history. Fairgieve studied at the London School of Economics from 1903 to 1910, obtained a London University certificate in geography in 1912, and… Read more »

Mackinder Forum Seminar #22: “The Logic of Eurasian Integration” presented by Kent Calder

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On Sunday, December 13, 2020, 1:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern Time (US), our final Mackinder Forum Seminar of the year took place. Professor Kent Calder addressed the following topic: “The Logic of Eurasian Integration.” TOPIC FOR CONSIDERATION: Geography arguably dictates many basic parameters of political-economic competition. It conveys certain latent, potential advantages… Read more »