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What might Nicholas Spykman argue about the shaded region of the map?

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    Sea-controlling states could keep the shaded territory under control. Grain is the most important natural resources in the shaded territory. States bordering the shaded territory are vulnerable to collapse. The world’s most valuable resources are found in the shaded territory. The evolution of the modern state idea was born in the shaded territory.

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