Jack’s review of Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Mackey (new)

Mackey This sounds intriguing. When discussing geo-politics, I tell people all of the time to "follow the resources" and you will know the truth about war, invasions, gov't "intervention." This book sounds like it lays all of that for readers. I'll have to look it up.


message 2: by Jack (new)

Jack Give it a try, Mackey. I think you'll like it!


message 3: by Shane (new)

Shane Hawk This is on my list. Does the author bring up the fight for minerals like the Chinese are mostly doing in Africa?


message 4: by Fiona (new)

Fiona This has been on my shelf for a while, Jack. Your good review has moved it up a few spaces - with or without pop up maps!


message 5: by Jack (new)

Jack Shane wrote: "This is on my list. Does the author bring up the fight for minerals like the Chinese are mostly doing in Africa?"

Yes, Shane, he mentions Chinese interests in Africa -- minerals, metals, and markets for goods produced in China.


message 6: by Jack (new)

Jack Fiona wrote: "This has been on my shelf for a while, Jack. Your good review has moved it up a few spaces - with or without pop up maps!"

Thanks, Fiona!


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