Geostrategy as a term was first used in the English language in 1942. It was adopted from the German term “Wehrgeopolitik”, which loosely translates as either ‘security’ or ‘defense politics’. The term came to be used to describe the exercise of power over specific areas of the world. The geostrategy of today must adapt to produce a holistic view of world trends, current events, and global perspectives. New Century Geostrategist (NCG) seeks to promote views representing a wide variety of backgrounds, disciplines, and experiences to approach the evolving geostrategic landscape.
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