Specifically, geopolitics is focused on the relationship between politics and territory. Through geopolitics we attempt to analyze and predict the actions and decisions of nations, or other forms of political power, by means of their geographical characteristics and location in the world.
In a broader sense, geopolitics studies the general relations between countries on a global scale. Here we analyse local events in terms of the bigger, global picture.
If you love to imagine the planet-exploding battles of the fictional gods who will never be, taking pointless knowledge gathered from a life spent reading and gaming and swinging it like a gladiator's sword in discussions on reddit... then welcome home, my friend. You are indeed where you belong. Come join our discussions, post your own battles and kick some ass!
This is a sub-reddit for discussion, links, etc. about any game published by Paradox Interactive or their partners. This includes games like Europa Universalis IV, Europa Universalis III, Darkest Hour, Hearts of Iron 3, Crusader Kings, Mount and Blade, Magicka, Hearts of Iron 4, Grand Strategy Games, and many more!
Also, some keywords: EU4, CK2, EU3, Vic2, HOI3, DH, CK, Vic, PDX, M&B, HOI4, GSG.
If you are anything BUT 5 years old, and you're confused by something, this is the place for you.
Now that /r/eli5 clarified that they want simple explanations, (fake) 5 YEAR OLDS ARE NOW WELCOME TO THE SUBREDDIT. But not in a creepy way.
Wiggly mouse-drawn comics where balls represent different countries. They poke fun at national stereotypes and the "international drama" of their diplomatic relations. Polandball combines history, geography, Engrish, and an inferiority complex.
A place for the most uninformed, naive, and wrongheaded comments about history. Think that your opinion plus half a Wikipedia article is as valid (or more so) as the experts in the field? This is the hell your comment will burn in.