Geography Is Dynamic, And A Newspaper Article Proves It.

Geography is dynamic. This is the Earth. Things are always changing on this planet. Borders change, land changes. A 1994 newspaper article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows that geography is dynamic. The article shows the changes and events that were taking place back then. Consider the events of the early/mid 1990s, and compare them to…

Oases And Geopolitics

Imagine this. You’re on a voyage through the desert. Water has not been seen for days. Barren, dry land ¬†abounds. Suddenly, a cluster of vegetation appears. No, this is not a mirage. It is for real. Where does that vegetation come from? It hardly ever rains? An oasis is an isolated cluster of vegetation surrounding…

Poland’s Borders, Geography, and Geopolitics.

Poland is one of the largest nations in Europe. It is also a nation that has been through immense changes in its history. It has gone from being one of Europe’s largest empires to not even appearing on the map. Watch video below to see Poland’s borders change from 1635-now. Now, it is important to…

The Geography of US/Cuba Relations

  90 miles of water separates the U.S. state of Florida from the nation of Cuba. Such a short distance, and yet, much contention. Recently, an entry about the potential for a tourism boom in Cuba was written on TheGeoScholar. With President Donald Trump rolling back changes that former President Barack Obama made towards US/Cuba…