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SpecialEurasia

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SpecialEurasia SpecialEurasia is a geopolitical and business Intelligence platform that transforms events into valuable outlooks, allowing public and private institutions, organisations, and individuals to confidently understand the increasingly complex international…Continue readingAbout us

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SpecialEurasia supports private and public companies and institutions with its expertise and analysis. In addition, we provide consulting services to those institutions, business people, and companies interested in improving their…Continue readingConsulting & Services

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SpecialEurasia organises training courses and workshops in geopolitical analysis, Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), online investigations, and terrorism analysis. We offer the 1-to-1 formula because we believe that every participant should…Continue readingTraining & Courses

Research & Monitoring

SpecialEurasia discussed with Dr Waref Kumayha Saudi – Chinese relations and the upcoming Arab – China summit

The forthcoming first Arab – China summit scheduled in Saudi Arabia confirms Beijing’s interests in the Gulf Arab monarchies and the Middle East and Riyadh’s strategy of diversifying its political and commercial partners and decreasing its dependence on the United States.…Continue readingSpecialEurasia discussed with Dr Waref Kumayha Saudi – Chinese relations and the upcoming Arab – China summit

Research & Monitoring

Central Asian republics between socio-economic projects, popular protests, terrorist threats and the Afghan dilemma

Central Asian republics want to establish solid regional cooperation to promote socio-economic projects to stabilise the area and contrast rising problems such as widespread disappointment and protests, terrorist threats and security issues related to the current situation in Afghanistan.…Continue readingCentral Asian republics between socio-economic projects, popular protests, terrorist threats and the Afghan dilemma

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

The Kazakh energy politics: is oil diversification a geopolitical conundrum?

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 21 Issue 5 – In a world of growing polarity, Kazakhstan has been attempting to portray itself as a bridge connecting the East and the West. However, the so-called Russian “special operation” in Ukraine has forced the Central Asian nation to distance itself gradually from Moscow.…Continue readingThe Kazakh energy politics: is oil diversification a geopolitical conundrum?

Research & Monitoring

The number of terrorists and extremists has increased in Tajikistan

In Tajikistan, local security forces and authorities emphasised the rising threat of terrorism and extremism in the country in the last six months, confirming that terrorist organisations such as the Islamic State have been able to exploit local disappointment and the unresolved issues that in Gorno-Badakhshan.…Continue readingThe number of terrorists and extremists has increased in Tajikistan

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

Rimpac 2022: the most important U.S. manoeuvre in the Pacific

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 21 Issue 3 – Among the framework of Rimpac 2022, Washington has organised several training activities to enhance interoperability between the U.S. Navy, Amy, Marines and Airforce and the armed forces of allied countries part of the Asia-Pacific region and contrast the rising Chinese threat in the area.…Continue readingRimpac 2022: the most important U.S. manoeuvre in the Pacific