Podcast: Geopolitical Report - SpecialEurasia

Welcome to the world of geopolitical analysis with SpecialEurasia’s latest podcast series, the Geopolitical Report. In an era defined by rapid and intricate global shifts, understanding the dynamics that shape our world has never been more crucial. This podcast series emerges as a powerful tool offered by our organization, providing followers and customers alike with a nuanced lens to decipher the complexities of contemporary geopolitics.

  • SpecialEurasia Geopolitical Report Podcast Ep.11 - Turkey's election analysis

    Ep. 11 – Turkey’s Elections: Shifting Internal Consensus

    In this episode of Geopolitical Report Podcast, we discussed the local elections in Turkey on March 31st, 2024, that signalled a significant shift in the country’s political dynamics, marking the ruling AK Party’s most severe electoral setback under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s leadership.

  • Islamic State Wilayat Khorasan threat

    Ep.10 – The Islamic State Wilayat Khorasan and the terrorist threat in Eurasia

    In this podcast episode, we analysed the threat posed by the Islamic State Vilayat Khorasan (IS-Khorasan) and its connection with Central Asian citizens . The podcast delves into various aspects of IS-Khorasan's activities, including its involvement in terrorist attacks, recruitment strategies, and propaganda dissemination.

  • SpecialEurasia Geopolitical Report Podcast Ep.9 - Terrorist Attack in Moscow

    Ep. 9 – Terrorist Attack in Moscow: Risk Scenario Analysis

    The recent terrorist attacks targeting the Crocus City Hall in Moscow, leaving 147 dead and hundreds injured, have sent shockwaves through Russia and beyond. This tragic event serves as a stark reminder that no nation is immune to the threat of terrorism and the insidious spread of jihadist propaganda.

  • SpecialEurasia Geopolitical Report Podcast. Ep. 7 - Terrorism in the North Caucasus

    Ep. 7 – Terrorism and Security in the North Caucasus

    In our recent podcast episode, we delved into the intricacies of security and terrorism in the North Caucasus, explaining the geopolitical significance this region holds for Russia and its broader role on the Eurasian geopolitical chessboard.

  • SpecialEurasia Geopolitical Report Podcast - Ep.6 "Africa with Kaitlyin Rabe"

    Ep.6 – Geopolitics and Democracy in Africa: A Conversation with Kaitlyn Rabe

    The latest episode of the Geopolitical Report Podcast featured a captivating discussion with Kaitlyn Rabe, Vice President & General Manager at Mondo Internazionale APS and Political and Economic Consultant at MInter Group Ltd. The episode focused on the complex dynamics of geopolitics and democracy in Africa, providing a nuanced analysis of the current situation on the continent.

  • SpecialEurasia podcast Geopolitical Report Ep. 3 - Michele Muratori

    Ep. 3 – Michele Muratori: geopolitica, esperienza OSCE e politica sammarinese

    Nel terzo episodio della serie podcast di SpecialEurasia, Michele Muratori, membro del parlamento sammarinese, ex Capitano Reggente della Repubblica di San Marino, coordinatore del partito Libera, e Full Member nella delegazione dell'OSCE di San Marino, ha condiviso la sua preziosa esperienza come osservatore OSCE durante le recenti elezioni presidenziali in Azerbaijan e ha gettato uno sguardo critico su altri paesi dello spazio post-sovietico.

  • SpecialEurasia Podcast Series "Geopolitical Report" - Ep. 2

    Ep.2 – Iran and Tatarstan’s relations

    In this episode of the "Geopolitical Report" podcast series by SpecialEurasia, we examined the relationship between Iran and Tatarstan. The episode underscores the pivotal role played by Tatarstan in advancing the Moscow-Tehran relationship, underscoring its significance in shaping the Kremlin's foreign policy in the Middle East and the Arab-Muslim world.

  • SpecialEurasia Podcast "Geopolitical Report" Ep.1

    Ep.1 – Assessing current Caucasus’ geopolitical dynamics

    In the first episode of SpecialEurasia podcast - Geopolitical Report, we discussed recent Azerbaijani presidential elections, Russian support and friendship with Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and Putin's accusation against the United States of supporting terrorism in the North Caucasus in the past.