GEOPOLITICS OF THE OCEANS: THE DEMOGRAPHIC INFLUENCE IN THE SEPARATION OF POWERS

Journal Title: Revista Romana de Geografie Politica - Year 2018, Vol 20, Issue 2

Abstract

It has been argued that the strength in the world domination is found on land and it is represented by Central Asia. Thus, who will dominate the Heartland will also easily dominate the Rimland, which includes the major demographic centers of the world today, from Asia and Europe, but excluding Africa. Comparing the demographic change between different regions by the year 2100, it is noticed that SubSaharan Africa will hold 38% of the world's total population and the southern half of Asia, over 32%. It is understood that the world center of power will in the south, between these two major demographic regions, on ocean waters. The population around the Indian Ocean will reach over 40% of the world's population in 2050 and 50% by the year 2100. Thus, it can be said that whoever dominates the Indian Ocean will become the greatest power and will dominate the World.

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Luca DIACONESCU

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GEOPOLITICS OF THE OCEANS: THE DEMOGRAPHIC INFLUENCE IN THE SEPARATION OF POWERS

It has been argued that the strength in the world domination is found on land and it is represented by Central Asia. Thus, who will dominate the Heartland will also easily dominate the Rimland, which includes the major d...

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Luca DIACONESCU (2018). GEOPOLITICS OF THE OCEANS: THE DEMOGRAPHIC INFLUENCE IN THE SEPARATION OF POWERS. Revista Romana de Geografie Politica, 20(2), 75-85. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-504003