Geopolitics and geoeconomics in the globalization process.

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Geopolitics and geoeconomics in the globalization process. by Mind Map: Geopolitics and geoeconomics in the globalization process.

1. All actors develop new weapons and naval fleets

1.1. To prevent enemies from receiving raw materials

1.2. Main actors after WW II

1.2.1. USA, England and URSS changed the geopolitical map Developed international system of american values against european values Technologic growth

1.2.2. China Communism grew

2. 2008 Global economic crisis

2.1. Transatlantic Trade and Investment (TTIP)

2.2. High interest rates

2.3. Increase in Chinese exports

3. Structuring an international system in the modern world

3.1. Peace of Westphalia and international system

3.1.1. Marca el fin de una forma de vida como la edad media Starts of modernity

3.1.2. Europe's geopolitical characteristics were mainly determined by external pressures from Asia

3.1.3. In the 17th and 18th centuries in England, relations between the nation state were changed a new geopolitics is generated

3.1.4. In general the peace of Westphalia allows to unify and complement colonial empires

3.2. Geopolitical and geo-economic factors of modernity

3.2.1. Trade contributed to the expansion of black plague but in distant commercial cities in the East and West they managed to recover faster thanks to the development of new ideas and the expansion of geographical and new lands

3.2.2. The 15th century began the integration of the world into a single global political system

3.3. The imperial unification of mercantilism

3.3.1. The emergence of proto-industry was related to the fall in agricultural prices in the 16th and 17th centuries. forced the peasants to look for new sources of income.

3.3.2. Production moves to the field to increase profit margin The result was a dispersed system

3.3.3. The English Industrial Revolution was also linked to the fence of arable land in the 19th century.

3.4. Chapter Conclusion

3.4.1. The Peace of Westphalia established the dominance of monarchical nation-states that recomposed the political map of Europe

3.4.2. This system of international relations spread outside Europe to become universal

3.4.3. It made it easier for rules of international law to be set

4. End of the Cold War

4.1. URSS ends

4.1.1. Results on Independence of Eurasian nations Germany reintegrates to OTAN Latin America characterized by Regionalism: divided between Fragments global trade Facilitates productive chains EU as a Migration due to: Armed conflicts Ethno-religious rearrangements Political and economic instabilities

4.1.2. Unilateralism results with USA

4.2. From geopolitics to geoconomics

4.2.1. resulting on Greatest economic growth: 1978/90 with the growth of Energy geoeconomy with Conflict over emerging markets with Global trade from the Atlantic to the Pacific

5. Geopolitic and geoeconomic factors

5.1. Industrial Revolution

5.1.1. Useful knowledge Means Use of natural resources Engineering

5.1.2. Technological change New Technologies Three Phases

5.1.3. Karl Marx The Capital Added value Bad work conditions Capitalists vs. Workers

5.1.4. Korea and China sadly Was not possible

5.1.5. Japan Business relationships with Before Second World War

5.2. Colonization

5.2.1. England Mercantilism Commercial circuits with colonies Caused Exchange of resources from other colonies Former colonies Administrative power over the colonies Later Producction in colonies Through

5.3. Economic power balance

5.3.1. War Existentialist Survive Metahistoric Keep orden

5.3.2. Relation between states European interstate system Economic growth Northern Europe Increase of production

5.3.3. The figure of the state Representation of the nation Management of commerce with

5.3.4. Tension between european states Obtain colonies Navigation routes

5.4. French Revolution

5.4.1. French illustration

5.4.2. Revolution of the colonies Spanish colonies English colonies

5.4.3. Economic treaties Former colonies Opened ports

6. Political organization and scenarios of the globalization process

6.1. America

6.1.1. Latin America since 19th Century After Cold War United States is offering is A big, stable and peaceful "isle" Primary product export boom and oil of the 21st century was useful to Politics Establishing of more pragmatic policies Political weakening of the left-wing populist governments

6.1.2. North America number of conflicts is reduced because China is a great balance factor Although Problems come from

6.2. Western Europe

6.2.1. since 20th Century An integrated block allows it to compete globally

6.3. Eurasia

6.3.1. is Unipolar

6.3.2. After Cold War Regions gained international power Russia Tries to build a region under its influence Ukraine is relationed with this contry

6.4. Africa

6.4.1. is The most affected from climate change

6.4.2. Conflicts are Multiple, explosive and unconventional Border conflicts, international terrorism and illegal activities

6.4.3. Situation of Apolarity due to

6.5. Asia

6.5.1. China Geopolitic strategy Control territory of the Northern and Western peripheral regions Economy is based in the industrial exports Indian Ocean is essential for commercial and energy security Do not have interest in expand to the north but

6.5.2. India is in Geopolitic competition with Pakistan Liberalizing its economy and

7. XX Century

7.1. Territorial rearrangements and new economic actors

7.1.1. Balance of power goes beyond european boundries Japan wins the war against Russia (1905) USA wins Hispanic war (1898) In 1914 comercial liberalism stopped growth and expansion of european countries 1917 European governments faced internal reactions against war War ships for transatlantic trade Economic power of the US 1918 The peace of Versailles Less european production Disappearance of monarchies 1929 Crisis 1939 WW II Beggins 1970 After-war reconstruction process TNCs 1990 More income for the consumer 1991 Independence movements Emerging economies The Cold War with the URSS

7.2. Consequences

7.2.1. Liberation of trade

7.2.2. Reparations of war after WW I WW II

7.2.3. ONU

7.2.4. GATT

7.2.5. IMF

7.2.6. economy based on Cooperation and peace

7.2.7. Peace agreements

8. political façade (not reality)

9. Important geopolitical fact