Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X

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Editors: Giuliano Bifolchi, Silvia Boltuc
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Geopolitical Report Volume 4 Year 2023

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 4 Year 2023

  • Tensions at the Border Between Pakistan and Afghanistan: An Analysis – Gabriele Massano
  • Analysing Ethnic Minorities and Identity in Contemporary Iran – Silvia Boltuc
  • Analisi delle relazioni bilaterali tra Afghanistan e Turkmenistan – Carlo Parissi
  • Geopolitics of the North Caucasus: An Analysis of Local Ethnic Minorities and Indigenous Peoples – Giuliano Bifolchi
Kazakhstan and SCO Cover

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Special Issue 2 Year 2023

Kazakhstan’s Role in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and its Contribution to Stabilise Central Asia – Silvia Boltuc, Giuliano Bifolchi, Stefano Vernole

  • Introduction
  • The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: An Overview
  • Kazakhstan’s SCO presidency and Astana’s Strategy
  • Experts’ Opinion on Kazakh contribution to regional stability as SCO president
  • Conclusion


Geopolitical Report Vol.3/2023: Illicit Fentanyl

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 3 Year 2023

Illicit Fentanyl: A Geopolitical and Open Source Analysis – Kaitlyn Rabe and Giuliano Bifolchi

  • Introduction
  • Geopolitics of Fentanyl
  • Fentanyl and the Dark Web
  • Conclusion

Strategia Marittima Iraniana

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Special Issue 1 Year 2023

La Strategia Marittima Iraniana nel Golfo Persico tra Esigenze Nazionali e Tattiche Non Convenzionali – Silvia Boltuc

  • Introduzione
  • La Marina militare iraniana: cenni storici
  • Interessi iraniani nel Golfo Persico
  • Dottrina navale iraniana e potenziale bellico marittimo
  • L’utilizzo del blocco navale ed il sequestro di imbarcazioni come leva geopolitica
  • Conclusione
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 2 Year 2023

  • Iran and Georgia relations in the contemporary Caucasian dynamics – Silvia Boltuc
  • The second Karabakh war and Iran’s interests – Javad Heiran-Nia
  • Features of the Development of Armenian-Iranian Relations after the Second Artsakh War – Liana Petrosyan
  • Geopoliticas of Iran: an interview with H.E. Mohammad Reza Sabouri, the Ambassador of Iran to Italy – Silvia Boltuc
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 1 Year 2023

  • Analisi e valutazione del rischio geopolitico in Asia centrale – Silvia Boltuc & Giuliano Bifolchi
  • Cambiamenti climatici, IDPs e terrorismo: prospettive future in Asia – Ilenia Maria Calafiore
  • Geostrategia e competizione militare nell’Asia-Pacifico – Riccardo Rossi

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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 1 Year 2022

  • How could nuclear energy impact the oil and gas market in the Middle East? – Ivelina Dimitrova
  • Geopolitica del programme nucleare saudita – Silvia Boltuc
  • La diplomazia nucleare nello spazio post-sovietico – Mattia Baldoni
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 3 Year 2021

  • Geopolitica del porto iraniano di Chabahar – Silvia Boltuc
  • Geopolitics of Makhachkala Sea Trade Port in the Caspian Sea and Eurasia Interconnectivity – Giuliano Bifolchi
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2538-845X Volume 2 Year 2021

  • Da Vision 2030 alla Belt and Road Initiative. Quale evolu-zione per l’Arabia Saudita – Stefano Vernole
  • “Not all that glitters is gold oil”: The Belt and Road Initiative and its implications for Saudi Arabia – Emma Visentin
  • Saudi Vision 2030, energy diversification and the Saudi nuclear program – Silvia Boltuc
  • Vision 2030: nuovo Rinascimento o percorso obbligato per l’Arabia Saudita? – C. Alessandro Mauceri
  • Geopolitica saudita in America settentrionale: la diffusione dell’ideologia Wahhabita – Christian Tratzi
  • What’s behind the Line? Luci e ombre del rivoluzionario progetto urbano saudita – Filippo Marinoni, Luisa Marinoni
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 1 Year 2021

  • La Russia nel Mediterraneo: conseguenze sugli equilibri locali e globali – Giacomo Barbetta
  • Il progetto E-40: analisi economica, impatto geopolitico e rischio ambientale – Silvia Boltuc
  • Partial Legitimacy of the Biden Administration and What It Means for the USA and the World – Evgeny Pashentsev
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 2 Year 2020

  • Analisi dello Stato Islamico: storia, struttura, economia e ideologia – Giuliano Bifolchi
  • I bambini come cartina tornasole dei fenomeni geopolitici del pianeta – C. Alessandro Mauceri
  • Il ruolo geopolitico di Singapore – Francesco Cirillo
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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2532-845X Volume 1 Year 2020

  • Implicazioni geopolitiche ed elementi di instabilità dell’Iraq – Giuliano Bifolchi
  • L’ISIS come nazione. Perché c’è chi non ha pensato al “dopo” – Enrico Oliari
  • Il Kurdistan iracheno e l’attrazione degli investmenti esteri – Abu Bakr Thawabe
  • “Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act”: The Psychological Aspect – Evgeny Pashentsev
  • The Belt and Road Semiotics and Its Geopolitical Pivot – Ambrish Dhaka

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