Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 24 Issue 7 - The Second Caspian Sea Economic Forum highlighted regional countries' strategies to implement their cooperation in logistics, transport corridors, tourism and energy projects.
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 24 Issue 6 - The Stavropol territory welcomed representatives from the Middle East and Africa in the event "North Caucasus in the Changing World", whose goal was to create a link between the region and potential foreign investors and markets.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 24 Issue 5 - The first "Central Asia-Russia" summit in Astana confirmed the Russian importance in the region and the Kremlin's strategy to increase economic cooperation with Central Asian republics.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 24 Issue 4 - While the CSTO military exercises were taking place in Tajikistan, Dushanbe received U.S. representatives who confirmed Washington's interest and strategy in strengthening the security and defence of the Tajik-Afghan borders.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 24 Issue 3 - Tokayev's suggestion to create an organisation in the framework of the CIS to promote the Russian language might be interpreted as Kazakhstan's attempt to normalise relations with Russia, which were downgraded due to the Ukraine conflict and the Western sanctions.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 24 Issue 2 - Since the beginning of the Ukraine conflict, the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has played a decisive and influential role in assisting the Russian military operations on the ground with his kadyrovtsy and Chechen troops and supporting the Kremlin's ideological confrontation with the West.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 24 Issue 1 - Due to its geographical position in the Asia-Pacific, Myanmar plays a strategic role in China's regional policy, especially in connection with the Malacca Dilemma.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 23 Issue 6 - Due to the borders drawn by the former Soviet Union with no regard for ethnic, political, economic, and cultural factors, the Central Asian countries Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have faced each other for 31 years, and the recent military escalation highlighted regional instability and geopolitical strategies promoted by Dushanbe and Bishkek.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 23 Issue 5 - In October 2022, representatives of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Iran, and Russia will attend the second Caspian Economic Forum hosted in Moscow to discuss future energy cooperation and projects.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 23 Issue 4 - The United States and Japan have intensified their military, commercial and diplomatic cooperation to counter Russia and China's strategy in the Asia-Pacific and strengthen Washington's foreign policy Pivot to Asia.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 23 Issue 3 - The Azerbaijani army's aggression against Armenia raises concerns about the stability of the South Caucasus, an area which plays a fundamental role in the EU Energy Security Strategy.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 23 Issue 2 - In recent years, the People's Republic of China has heavily invested in renewable resources, particularly in the hydropower sector. Under the Xi Jinping administration, this energy sector has progressively assumed a role in sustaining part of the electricity demand of both the industrial and civil sectors.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 23 Issue 2 - Ilham Aliyev's visit to Italy confirmed Baku's interest in strengthening commercial and business partnerships with Rome and attracting Italian investments in the reconstruction process in the Nagorno-Karabakh territories, which are now under Azerbaijani control.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 23 Issue 1 - Over the years, the Islamic Republic of Iran has consolidated its relations with the countries of Central Asia, exploiting either the Persian common ethnic-cultural element or proposing itself as a logistic hub for the energy sector and trade corridors.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 22 Issue 1 - Nanci Pelosi's visit to Taipei and the U.S. military manoeuvres in the region confirmed Washington's interests in the Asia-Pacific and the United States' attempt to achieve political-strategic goals in an area which has experienced the rise of Chinese military and political presence.