Geography, it’s often said, is destiny.

The paths nations follow though history are written like a script on the patterns of their rocks, rivers, plains and coasts, in ways that often confound the views of the people who inhabit them. It’s rare for a country to escape that geological fate.

Over the past weeks, we’ve seen dramatic examples of this happening in five countries covering more than a third of the planet’s land mass.

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America is joining its frenemies back in the fossil fuel club

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30.05.2024

Geography, it’s often said, is destiny.

The paths nations follow though history are written like a........

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