Compact State Shape Case Study


The shape of a state can greatly influence the country's economic and military climate. Poland is one of the best examples of a compact state.
It's capital is nearly in the centre of the state, making communication and transportation fairlyeasy throughout the country.
The small, circular shape has allowed the Polish government to control the country and keep it stable. Usually compact states
are land locked, but Poland has access to the Baltic sea, which opens up sea trade.

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