Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 9 - In recent weeks, Great Britain has backed the nuclear deal with Iran by changing its previous positions. According to the spokesman for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the main reason is the desire to establish economic relations with Iran as soon as possible.
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 8 - Due to the regional dynamics and considering its security, Israel has always adopted a domestic policy as a function of its foreign policy and vice versa. Although the external threats have changed during the decades, now and in the future, Tel Aviv will continue to adopt interlinked domestic and foreign strategies.
Serbia at the crossroads between the Chinese dragon and the Russian bear: new tensions in the Balkans?
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 7 - The war in Ukraine provided Serbia with an opportunity to continue and boost the policy, which was already unfolding even before the war, of replacing Russia with China as Serbia’s primary non-Western partner.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 6 - Recent cyber attacks against Italian government websites highlighted the Ukraine conflict's impact on the cyber landscape and possible future threats to Europe and Russia's public institutions and private businesses.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 5 - Since several Muslim soldiers are fighting in Ukraine among the ranks of the Russian troops, there is considerable debate and propaganda if they can be considered 'mujahideen' who fight in 'the path of Allah' or ‘disbelievers’.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 4 - In the last couple of months, Islamic State Khurasan Province (ISKP) and its local Central Asian militants have been increasing their propaganda output by directly targeting regional countries (especially Uzbekistan), calling for attacks against local governments and jihad in Central Asia.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 3 - The Islamic State started its jihadist propaganda in India in 2020 during the pandemic crisis publishing its magazine Voice of Hind or Sawt al-Hind to exhort Indian Muslims to wage jihad and carry out attacks in the country.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 2 - Against the backdrop of the Ukrainian conflict, several frozen conflicts of the post-Soviet space have witnessed new tensions. Two critical events promoted by Azerbaijan sparked protests in Armenia and might prompt a new escalation over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 19 Issue 1 - Recent events in the Gulf underlined that while Saudi Arabia is focusing on the al-Mahrah province on the border with Oman to ease its access to the Indian Ocean, the UAE is getting hold of the essential Yemenite islands, with the most relevant being Socotra.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 18 Issue 2 - Recently, representatives of Italy held a series of meetings with colleagues in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, dedicated to the issues of enhancing cultural cooperation, confirming Rome's interests in Central Asia.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 18 Issue 1 - In the political-strategic vision of the Russian Federation, the Northwest Asia-Pacific region represents a geo-maritime space of high strategic value for the defence of its national interests
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 17 Numero 8 - The Iranian nuclear deal might become the watershed in the Middle Eastern dynamics, leading to regional escalations and divisions and rising the geopolitical risk level.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 17 Issue 7 - Since the beginning of the special military operation of the Russian Armed Forces in Ukraine, political leaders and experts have been seriously concerned about the situation on the world food market. It is possible that a number of countries in North Africa and the Middle East may face a real threat of famine.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 17 Issue 6 - The Ukrainian crisis, which was supposed to represent the collapse of the Russian economy and its leading role in Eurasia, is having unexpected implications. The sanctions imposed on Moscow's energy supplies have caused oil prices to rise and created some opportunities for the Persian Gulf countries.
Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 17 Issue 5 - Due to the political-military instability in the Korean Peninsula, Moscow and Tokyo have increased their monitoring activities in the Sea of Japan to defend their respective geopolitical and strategic interests.