Ever since the first nation-states, there has been geopolitics, today competition between “great powers” is complicated by the multinational aspects of capital, confronting new nationalism.
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City Cousins and Country Cousins
Published August 30, 2019 in Warp & Woof City Cousins and Country Cousins What Makes Them Different? William Sundwick The Neolithic Revolutionoccurred approximately 12.500 years ago. It was followed immediately by the urban/rural political divide. As soon as hunter-gatherers coalesced into agricultural settlements, and stopped being nomadic, they established villages, then cities. Yet, the foodContinue reading “City Cousins and Country Cousins”