Episode 234 - How To Carve Up The World


So you say you want to rule the world? Redraw the map to conform to your whims and move pieces around the geopolitical chessboard for your entertainment? Well this week on The Corbett Report we show you just how to do that, with some useful examples from the War to End All Wars...or was that the Peace to End All Peace?

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