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The World Explained in Maps
by George Friedman

Economic and Geopolitical Realities You’ve Never Seen Before

New from renowned geopolitical analyst and intelligence expert George Friedman comes The World Explained in Maps. This e-book  is teeming with insights on regional instability, competition over resources, population density, and international borders—the same information that provides the analytical framework for Friedman’s forecasting.

The revelations in this collection are required reading for investors as they prepare for the year ahead…and for anyone curious—or concerned—about our future.  And for a limited time, this 54-page e-book is yours free.

Get your copy of The World Explained in Maps now and discover the secrets charted in every global region’s landscape—if you know where to look. You’ll learn:

  • How China’s struggle against domestic and geographic constraints is the key to understanding the future of the region.
  • How one single image reveals much about the power dynamics in East Asia.
  • The rising power set to soon break into the top 10 largest economies in the world.
  • The real beating heart of the United States (hint: it’s not New York, Chicago, or Los Angeles).
  • The vital role geography plays in historic rivalries between the United States and Mexico… Pakistan and Afghanistan… Germany and France… Brazil and Argentina… and China and Japan.

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