Peter Norris: Geopolitical Futures

26/03/2014 § Leave a comment

Population Density

Malthus – poor/wealthy

  • flash points – middle east
  • crimea – Russia
  • China
  • disruptions
  • terrorisms
  • poverty
  • pace of change
  • lack of education
Market movements
Technology

Look at how the world changes in different countries: prime example is looking at a UK central world map compared to an Australia central map.

Wealth population of the world is spread out, unfortunately it is not equal. We are, the UK, the 5th most wealthiest country in the world due to our resources, and due to other countries and there location lacking in them.

Understanding where we are and that other people don’t have what we have, this is also why there are problems in the world.

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