Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 9 - After the troop's withdrawal from Afghanistan, the United States are expected to redefine their position in Central Asia to contrast the Kremlin's Eurasian Economic Union and Collective Security Treaty Organisation, Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and the Iranian regional strategy.
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Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 8 - The recent official visit of the President of Tatarstan in Bishkek and the forum 'Tatarstan - Kyrgyzstan' highlighted the role that Kazan might play in supporting the Russian strategy in the Kyrgyz republic by improving economic cooperation and trade turnover.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 8 - The recent telephone talk between Putin and Raisi highlighted Russia-Iran cooperation on geopolitical, security, and economic issues in Eurasia and Moscow-Tehran's desire to strengthen their partnership and collaboration on Afghanistan, Syria, Nagorno-Karabakh.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 7 - With the installation of Xi Jinping as head of state in 2012, the People's Republic of China (PRC) has identified the South China Sea as an area of high geopolitical importance for the pursuit of its geophysical peculiarities of specific political-strategic priorities.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 6 - The recent CIS meeting underlined the Kremlin's strategy to strengthen its influence in Eurasia through military cooperation and diplomacy. In an era characterised by confrontation with the United States and the rise of China's Belt and Road Initiative, Russia confirms its desire to be the principal player in Eurasia.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 5 - The recent visit of the Kyrgyz Foreign Affairs Minister to Italy and his meetings with the Italian counterpart highlighted the Italian attempt to become more involved in the Central Asian market and dynamics and Bishkek's desire to expand its diplomatic and economic relations to diversify its portfolio of partners and decrease the influence of Russia and China in the country.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 4 - Since its birth after the 1821 war against the Ottoman Empire, the Modern Greek state has always been linked to the then three major powers: France, the U.K., and Russia, with the U.K. being substituted by the U.S. during the 20th century to contain the Soviet threat. This dependency is still a reality in Greek politics and foreign affairs. Athens remains a bone of contention for those powers fighting for a strategic position in the Mediterranean Sea.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 3 - The Taliban's pragmatic diplomacy and gradual departure from the Jihadi ideology alienate Central Asian jihadists from the Taliban and strengthen its ardent enemy, the Islamic State Khorasan (IS-K). Taliban-backed Uyghur jihadists, who exploited shahids (martyr) exclusively against the Chinese authorities in the past, recently carried out a suicide attack against the Shia Hazara minority under Taliban rule.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 2 - Thanks to the support of the American-Uzbek Chamber of Commerce, the United States aims at strengthening its economic presence in Uzbekistan, considering the strategic role that Tashkent plays in Central Asian dynamics and transport corridors and Afghan domestic politics.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 1 - L’importanza geostrategica che negli ultimi anni ha assunto l'isola di Taiwan è riconducibile alle priorità geopolitiche definite da Stati Uniti e Repubblica Popolare Cinese (RPC), identificabili come i due Paesi militarmente più attivi nell'area Asia-Pacifico nord-occidentale.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 14 - The meeting on Afghanistan organised in Tehran confirms the Iranian desire to have a major role in Afghan and regional dynamics and stressed how several Asian countries are strongly promoting greater regional cooperation that in the future might contrast Western local interests and presence.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 13 - China might expand its military presence in Central Asia by establishing bases in those countries where Beijing has invested financial funds to support the Belt and Road Initiative. At the same time, since the U.S. troops withdraw from Kabul, Beijigin aims to control border dynamics with Afghanistan, particularly in Tajikistan, and fill the vacuum left by Western military forces.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 12Since India seeks to strengthen its position and influence in Central Asia to counter China and Pakistan and Tajikistan needs to diversify its international partners, New Delhi - Dushanbe economic and diplomatic partnership might have a geopolitical effect on regional dynamics.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 11 - Turkmenistan seeks regional and international partners to strengthen the national economic performance and attract investors in infrastructural projects. Recent meetings between Turkmen and Russian official representatives and companies underline the Kremlin's strategy to increase its presence in the country and Ashgabat's necessity to diversify its commercial partners.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 10 - The political-strategic priorities of the People's Republic of China, the Russian Federation and the United States had conferred high geostrategic value to the Korean Peninsula in the North-East Pacific Scenario. In this region, since the totalitarian regime of North Korea hardly coexists with a Western-type State of South Korea, military assets play a fundamental role.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 9 - Islamabad strategy in the Eurasian geopolitical chessboard aims at strengthening cooperation with Iran and Azerbaijan on the Caspian Sea to create a transit corridor that might boost Pakistani import-export and commercial trade in the region.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 8 - The United Arab Emirates are among the Gulf countries the most active in Central Asia, as demonstrated by the participation of an Emirati business delegation at the International Business Forum Dushanbe-Invest 2021. Abu Dabhi's investments in Tajikistan highlight Emirati strategy in the country and, generally speaking, in Central Asia to exploit economic opportunities and investment projects to make the UAE a leading foreign actor in the region.
Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 12 Issue 7 - The growing tensions between Iran and Azerbaijan (backed by Turkey) might destabilise the Caucasus and create problems for the transit corridors which cross the region. In this context, to counter the Azerbaijani project of the Zangezur transit corridor, Tehran might establish a new transportation route with Armenia.