Category Archives: Geography

“North Dakota is still the least visited state in the nation”

The quote is from an article in The Writer’s Almanac, published daily on the Internet by americanpublicmedia.org. My immediate reaction was to visit North Dakota but I quickly, and practically, let that impulse fade. This created a disappointment in me … Continue reading

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The Importance of Turkey…

…in the World’s Geopolitical Balance Summary Turkey emerged as a secular republic, in 1923, from the remnants of the Ottoman Empire which was partitioned into several countries by the allied victors of the First World War. Turkey has since become … Continue reading

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