1. geo- |ˌdʒioʊ|: of or relating to the earth : e.g Geopolitics
2. corporate |ˌkɔrp(ə)rət| of or relating to a corporation, esp. a large company or group : airlines are very keen on their corporate identity.
Just like geopolitics, which refers to international politics as influenced by geographical factors, Geocorporatics refers to unwritten and/or written corporate policies in international organization as influenced by geographical factors. The term was coined by Euloge Ishimwe a communications and international relations analyst in 2009.
At the UN regional offices, geocorporatics determine what resources to allocate to, say the Africa Regional office as apposed to the Europe office. This is because the Africa offices, owing to its geographical and demographical context, will a require different budget, different specialists, different equipment.
In fact, due to geocorporatics, these two offices (Africa and Europe) will not be treated the same way, even thought they are have the same caliber in a de jure sense.
Inspired by the Murdoch saga, a condition in which one finds oneself to be in dire straits -- can be one's own doing or brought about by external elements
The frequent cases of corporate espionage left the company owners Murdocked
A nationalist totalitarian pig who believes in who hierarchical systems of governance and seeks to exploit the proletariat for the benefit of corporations.
George Shrub is a member of the republican party, and believes in the continuation of industrial capitalism by any means necessary.
A system of governance ruled by corporate interests, under the guise of democracy.
The United States is not a democracy, it is a corporocracy.