SpecialEurasia published Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 4 Year 2023

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 4 Year 2023
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In our latest publication, Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 4 Year 2023, SpecialEurasia delves into the complex tapestry of international relations, focusing on ethnic minorities, indigenous populations, and the intricate web of bilateral relations and security issues.

The Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X dedicated to unravelling the intricate web of current geopolitical and socio-cultural events that shape the realm of international relations, business, and security. With a commitment to fostering informed debate, this publication serves as a platform where scholars and professional experts converge to share their diverse views, perspectives, work results, reports, and research findings.

The latest volume of SpecialEurasia’s publication offers a compelling array of researches, each delving into critical aspects of global affairs. These contributions not only deepen our understanding of the multifaceted challenges but also stimulate intellectual discourse, fostering a community of thought leaders dedicated to deciphering the complexities of our ever-evolving world.

Geopolitical Report Volume 4 ISSN 2532-845X: Papers’ Overview

  1. Gabriele Massano, “Tensions at the Border Between Pakistan and Afghanistan: An Analysis”, Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X, Volume 4, 2023, pp. 4-14. Gabriele Massano conducts an in-depth exploration of the historical and cultural factors that underlie the current relations between Kabul and Islamabad. The author contextualises the roles played by the Taliban and the Pashtun ethnic group in both countries, providing valuable insights into the factors shaping this critical geopolitical region.
  2. Silvia Boltuc, “Analysing Ethnic Minorities and Identity in Contemporary Iran”, Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X, Volume 4, 2023, pp. 15-32. Silvia Boltuc’s research offers a succinct yet enlightening summary of the ethnic groups in contemporary Iran. Through an examination of their religious backgrounds and historical trajectories, Boltuc enhances our understanding of the socio-cultural landscape of this dynamic Middle Eastern nation.
  3. Carlo Parissi, “Analisi delle relazioni bilaterali tra Afghanistan e Turkmenistan”, Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X, Volume 4, 2023, pp. 33-43. Carlo Parissi’s paper, written in Italian, explores the historical aspects of Afghan-Turkmen bilateral relations. Parissi explores economic ties, joint efforts in the energy field, and examines potential threats to Ashgabat emanating from the volatile Afghan territory. This analysis provides insights into the intricate nature of the relations between these two nations.
  4. Giuliano Bifolchi, “Geopolitics of the North Caucasus: An Analysis of Local Ethnic Minorities and Indigenous Peoples”, Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X, Volume 4, 2023, pp. 44-53. Giuliano Bifolchi inspects the intricate dynamics between the Kremlin’s internal stabilisation strategy and the diverse ethnic landscape of the North Caucasus. Bifolchi pays special attention to the indigenous people of the region, offering valuable insights into the geopolitical complexities of this historically rich and diverse area.


The Geopolitical Report Volume 4 serves as a valuable resource for those seeking a deeper understanding of the geopolitical landscape. In our latest volume, the contributors provide readers with insightful analyses that contribute to a more nuanced comprehension of the forces shaping our world. As we conclude this year’s publication, we look forward to continued exploration and examination of the ever-evolving dynamics in international relations.

If you harbour an interest in our research papers or intelligence reports focused on a particular country, region, or industry, do not hesitate to reach out to our team by emailing the following address: info@specialeurasia.com.

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