The interview with Stuart Elden on his new book attracted so many visitors in the days after its publication, that it managed to top the chart for a while. Eventually, the short piece by William Worster (photo) on sovereignty became again the month's most popular contribution. Geopolitical thought remains well represented in the top 10 (i.e. by nos. 3, 4, 6, 8, 9 and 10).
Leonhardt van Efferink gives workshops and talks on country risk, geopolitics and scenario thinking. He also convenes annual Country Risk Analysis Summer School at Maastricht University. For more info, please visit GeoMeans website.
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