Ankara-Tehran relations in the light of upcoming Turkish elections
Mongolian Foreign Minister will pay a visit to China: why does it matter?
Kazakhstan’s plans to increase exports to Iran emphasised Astana’s regional foreign policy
Ingush activists announced the formation of the Ingush Liberation Army, threatening the Kremlin’s regional presence and strategy
How might the Dushanbe-Kulma highway support interconnection between Gorno-Badakhshan and Xinjiang and regional stability?
The construction of the Dushanbe-Kulma highway, thanks to the Chinese investment, might support the interconnection between the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region (GBAO) and the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) with the final goal of improving local economies and stabilising these two strategic regions.…
CENTCOM eliminated a senior Islamic State Syria leader and highlighted the US commitment to the Middle East
Can the creation of the Shavat-Dashoguz trade zone support Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan’s economy?
The Importance and Benefits of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) in Geopolitical Assessments
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is a crucial aspect of modern-day geopolitics because it provides timely and accurate information to inform decision-making processes. By leveraging various open sources such as social media, news outlets, and other publicly available data, intelligence agencies can detect emerging trends and patterns in all aspects of life, including political, economic, social and technological domains.…
The Struggle to Save Japan’s Ageing Society
Can Saudi Arabia switch from the US dollar to the Chinese yuan?
Oil transactions between Saudi Arabia and China could be denominated in the Chinese yuan, a significant development in the evolving international economic and geopolitical landscape. If this move happens, it could have far-reaching implications for the US dollar’s status as the dominant global currency, as well as for US-Saudi relations and broader regional dynamics in the Middle East.…
Will Growing tension between Azerbaijan and Iran destabilise the Southern Caucasus?
CSTO ready to send a mission on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border
In the last months, the South Caucasus has again experienced regional turbulence. While there have been protests in Georgia over a controversial draft law that would have required some organisations receiving foreign funding to register as “foreign agents”, Armenia and Azerbaijan might be again on the edge of an escalation involving the CSTO and, therefore, Russia.…