Developments in technology and politics are leading to increasing competition for control over space. The liberal focus on time and progress seems ill-suited to such a reality. As a result, the spatial politics of history may well play a role in defining the future.
Macau is a meeting point between the West, China, and Africa. The broader Lusosphere is well-placed to play the same role globally.
Patterns of land usage have a profound effect on history and the structure of society. Understanding this fills an important hole in Western political discourse.