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Una estrategia para Eurasia
Vol. 11, No. 60 (Nov. - Dec., 1997), pp. 157-158, 161-173
Published by: Estudios de Política Exterior S. A.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20644246
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Eurasia is the axial supercontinent. It is home to most of the world's politically assertive and dynamic states. A power that dominated Eurasia would exercise decisive influence over two of the world's most economically productive regions, Western Europe and East Asia. A country dominant in Eurasia would almost automatically control the Middle East and Africa.
Política Exterior © 1997 Estudios de Política Exterior S. A.