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The Sino–Indian border stretches 3,500km through rugged terrain that separates two military and economic powerhouses with increasingly tumultuous relations. Tim Marshall explores the geopolitical landscape of this divided land
History is being written in 2020 – but when the pandemic subsides, will the geopolitical landscape be drastically altered? Tim Marshall explores. 
Tim shifts his gaze to the Blue Nile, where the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is increasing tension between Ethiopia and Egypt
With protest movements across the world stymied by the pandemic, Angus Parker asks what effect this might have
Geographical’s new geopolitics columnist, the author Tim Marshall, begins his regular monthly column by shining a light on an under-reported region and the conflicts that blight a troubled land
Angus Parker questions how NATO can remain relevant in the 21st century
The UAE has become the first Arab nation to operate a nuclear power plant, but not all concerns have been satisfied 
In the second of his two-part series on the Arctic,  Angus Parker questions how the Arctic should be managed
In Klaus Dodds’ final geopolitcal column, he says goodbye by coming full circle
In the first of a two-part series, Angus Parker considers Russia’s new Arctic strategy and the implications for the rest of the northern world
Angus Parker examines the impact of the coronavirus on the stability of the Chinese Communist Party 
Klaus Dodds turns his attention to Ukraine and examines the growing influence of China in the region
Klaus Dodds looks at the two African nations that just can’t get along
Klaus Dodds looks at how health emergencies can affect global geopolitics
If the 2016 vote for Brexit was described as a political earthquake in the United Kingdom, then the 2019 general election is the equivalent to the tsunami that followed
Klaus Dodds examines plans to protect Fiji from rising sea levels and the role of its powerful neighbour – Australia 
Several countries have chosen to relocate capital cities over the years, Klaus Dodds takes a look at the common motivations
Klaus Dodds examines recent protests in Hawaii held over a new observatory on Mauna Kea

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