The Geopolitics of War: Total War and Geostrategy

@article{Gyorgy1943TheGO,
  title={The Geopolitics of War: Total War and Geostrategy},
  author={Andrew Gyorgy},
  journal={The Journal of Politics},
  year={1943},
  volume={5},
  pages={347 - 362}
}
  • A. Gyorgy
  • Published 1 November 1943
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Politics
A science named "geo-strategy" would be unimaginable in any other period of history but ours. It is the characteristic product of turbulent twentieth-century world politics. "From time to time the superstructure of tactics has to be altered or wholly torn down," 1 wrote Alfred T. Mahan in 1890, and the most recent changes in strategy and tactics reveal a complete and fundamental revolutionizing of classic methods of warfare. The strategy of war is being projected on a world wide scale, extended… 

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