Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 7 - The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) plays a key role in promoting Ankara's influence and presence in strategic regions through socio-cultural, economic and humanitarian projects.
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 6 - According to a domestic survey, most Iranians consider the Israeli regime to be a threat whose possible adventurism must be seriously dealt with in case of Israel-Iran military confrontation.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 5 - Iran and South Korea might improve their economic and financial relations if the Asian country will release frozen Iranian assets after having played a positive role in the recent nuclear talks in Vienna.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 4 - Although China's economic growth has slowed in recent months due to several COVID-19 outbreaks, energy shortages and a regulatory crackdown in some sectors, the overall economic recovery is stable. Annual GDP growth is expected to reach 8% in 2021, down 0.1 from the July forecast.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 3 - Since its geostrategic position and military force and considering Washington's Pivot to Asia policy, Australia is an essential U.S. ally for Chinese containment within the waters of the South China Sea.
Iranian Azeri, the (almost) forgotten minority and their (in)direct impact on Iranian regional policies
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 2 - Among the numerous issues that impact Iran-Azerbaijan relations, considering the recent events which have interested the Caucasus region and the Iranian-Azerbaijani dialogue, it is fundamental to analyse the ethnic minority of Azeri who live on the Iranian territory and influence Tehran's domestic and regional policies.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 1 - The recent Kazakh political crisis and the CSTO military intervention in the country marked a new phase in the geopolitics of Central Asia since the Kremlin re-established its grip on the Republic of Kazakhstan after having military and politically supported President Toqayev.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 8 - Brexit was a capital event in recent European history and among many consequences, helped to bring up an identity as a political issue. Brexit impacted both negatively and positively in terms of European identity.
Lebanon-Italy: same problems and a common way out? A comparative proposal between two centralised countries that can benefit from a localistic reform (Part 2)
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 7 - The current Lebanese situation does not require an exacerbation of the tension among its components and a revival of additional factors of fear and caution, but rather a search for exits that mitigate tensions and reassure all communities about their existence and their cultural, social, and political specificities.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 6 - The geostrategic importance that the Japanese Senkaku archipelago has assumed in recent years can be traced back to the geopolitical priorities identified by the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the United States recognisable as the two most militarily equipped countries in the north-west Asia-Pacific area.
Lebanon-Italy: same problems and a common way out? A comparative proposal between two centralized countries that can benefit from a localistic reform (Part 1)
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 5 - Lebanon and Italy have many common traits and some apparent differences. Both are centralised countries with marked differences between territories; both are experiencing a long-term political-institutional deadlock and wonder how to get out.
The geostrategic role of the Kuril Islands in the Russian foreign policy for the Asia-Pacific Northwest area
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 4 - For the Russian Federation, since its conquest against the Japanese Empire at the end of World War II, the Kuril Islands have represented an island area of vital geostrategic importance for the defence of its interests in the Asia-Pacific Northwest.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 3 - A deep crisis on the eastern side of Europe might lead to a new confrontation between the United States (read NATO) and Russia. If the direct war between the two powers seems difficult to happen, the sense of encirclement perceived by the Russians is dangerously pushing Moscow into the arms of Beijing.
The Deadliest Enemies: China’s Overseas Military Bases in Central Asia and Uyghur’s Turkestan Islamic Party
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 2 - Amid the burgeoning sentimental relationship between Beijing and the resurrected Taliban's Emirate 2.0, the al Qaeda-affiliated Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP) has aggravated its propaganda war against Communist China, hence cleverly concealing its historically faithful jihadi bonds with the Afghan Taliban.
The geostrategic importance of the Island of Guam in the U.S. policy of containment of Chinese expansionism in the Asia-Pacific.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 1 - The Island of Guam in the Asia-Pacific region plays a decisive role for the U.S. military and geopolitical strategy in countering Chinese expansion and influence in the area.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 12 - The presence of Uyghur suicide bombers in the ranks of the Islamic State-Khorasan increases Beijing's fears about the threat to China's national security emanating from Afghanistan.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 11 - We have monitored terrorist and violent attacks in Afghanistan in 2021 and produced an interactive map to assess which regions are affected mainly by terrorist organisations and analyse how terrorism has evolved or changed since the Taliban's rise to power.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 10 - The European Union seeks to increase its economic partnership with Tajikistan to strengthen Brussels' position in Central Asia and become part of the 'New Great Game' that is characterising Central Asia after the U.S. troops' withdrawal from Afghanistan.