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ge·o·ec·o·nom·ics

 (jē′ō-ĕk′ə-nŏm′ĭks, -ē′kə-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The study of the relationship between politics and economics, especially on an international scale.
2. A combination of international economic and political factors relating to or influencing a nation or region.

ge′o·ec′o·nom′ic adj.
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With regional geopolitics being more divisive than geoeconomics, growing economic regionalization and interdependence have often served as a bulwark against persistent or periodic political tensions in Sino-American, Sino-Japanese, Sino-Taiwanese, and even Sino-South Korean relations.
His most determined efforts on a grand scale, in keeping with his stance as a New Democrat, aimed at replacing geopolitics with geoeconomics, retooling America to meet the challenges of the global economy while strategically positioning the nation so as to be able to direct it through free-trading agreements with emergent regional blocs (Walker 1997, 285-89).
(Sassen 1996, 63) The multiple connections between conflict, aid and migration, traversing the spaces between Canada and Sri Lanka, suggest a distinct geopolitics and geoeconomics of migration, (17) Transnationalism--including transnational migration--is not simply a theoretical perspective but, as illustrated here, a nexus of social, political and material relationships that blur the centrality of international borders and replace conventional cartographies with maps that chart social, economic and political fields that traverse such borders on an ongoing basis.
While some observers underscore the importance of an open society and the rule of law in the Middle East, others view the region solely in terms of its geopolitics and geoeconomics. The latter group tends to dispel the notion that oil can be used as an effective weapon against the United States.
Because Iran is an inherently international country -- with geopolitics and geoeconomics of far-reaching consequences for the great powers of the globalized world -- its national interests are predominantly transnational/global.
In the post-cold war era, where geoeconomics seems to be replacing geopolitics as a determinant in international relations, we have to make a creative adjustment to the emerging realities, and renew our commitment to development in an era of diminishing availability of external resources.
interest centers on three aspects of the area: geography, geoeconomics, and geonarcotics.
Strange considered the discourse among analysts in and around Washington without granting it the elevated status of "theory." Like other political economists, she knew its varied dimensions but in terms of "the Washington consensus," that is, the geopolitics and geoeconomics of neoliberalism, on which there is vast scholarship, a route that Sadowski chooses not to travel.
DeFranco and Williams Lilley III manage a geoeconomics firm, InContext, in Washington, DC.
Security concerns would recede to be replaced by 'geoeconomics'.
The phrase "privatization of violence" attempts to describe a shift out of the age of geopolitics into the age of geoeconomics, in which trade outranks ideology and the superpowers are no longer going to plunge into a war-torn Third World country (as they would have a decade or two earlier) and disgorge arms, mercenaries, and development aid to contain the influence of the other superpower.
The ascendance of geoeconomics over ideology and idealism has subverted many of the values which have traditionally informed Canadian policies.