Geopolitics and Written Language

DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2010-5-96-104

A. Kuznetsov, Baltic Institute of Economics and Finance, 23, Gor'kogo Str., Kaliningrad, 236029, Russian Federation (

Abstract. The author's model of civilizations based on the phenomenon of different writing systems existence has been elaborated and compared with the classical Toynbee-Huntington’s confessional model. This new model allows to allocate smaller subcivilizations, alongside the largest civilizations already known. Subcivilizations are active and can generate geopolitical events. By means of the given model, the analysis of civilizational transformations and geopolitical space reconstruction occurring in the Euroasian continent, is carried out.      

Keywords: written language, geopolicy, grammatology, civilizational approach

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Kuznetsov A. Geopolitics and Written Language . World Eonomy and International Relations, 2010, no. 5, pp. 96-104.

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