Definition of geostrategic in English:

geostrategic

Line breaks: geo|stra¦tegic

adjective

  • Relating to the strategy required in dealing with geopolitical problems.
    More example sentences
    • Propaganda broadcasting is sometimes a useful adjunct to geopolitical and geostrategic policy, but it is no substitute for military success or for political activity.
    • This says that the problem of invasion should be discussed in all its aspects, it demands an in-depth analysis of the geopolitical and geostrategic situation and potential sources of military threats and dangers.
    • This will in the future be a major factor in the evolution of the geopolitical and geostrategic situation in different parts of the world.

Derivatives

geostrategy

noun
More example sentences
  • The administration has decided to go with a primarily neo-conservative geostrategy to solidify its interests here.
  • Surely, distinctive geopolitics might imply distinctive geostrategy (for instance, China's strategic geography is dramatically different from Russia's).
  • This process has less to do with the war on terrorism and more to do with old enmities and present-day geostrategy.

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