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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

Geopolitical consequences of the political crisis in Kazakhstan

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 15 Issue 1 – The recent Kazakh political crisis and the CSTO military intervention in the country marked a new phase in the geopolitics of Central Asia since the Kremlin re-established its grip on the Republic of Kazakhstan after having military and politically supported President Toqayev.…Continue readingGeopolitical consequences of the political crisis in Kazakhstan

Research & Monitoring

China confirms its commitment and strategy in Central Asia

In connection with the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the five Central Asian states, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, Wang Yi, confirmed Beijing’s commitment and strategy in Central Asia and the Chinese desire to expand further cooperation and partnership in the region.…Continue readingChina confirms its commitment and strategy in Central Asia

Research & Monitoring

Eurasia tra interessi geopolitici e minacce alla sicurezza. Il commento di Silvia Boltuc

Nel quadro del Webinar “Sicurezza e minaccia terroristica nello scacchiere geopolitico euroasiatico” la Dott.ssa Silvia Boltuc ha fornito una panoramica dello scacchiere geopolitico dell’Eurasia e sottolineato i principali fattori di destabilizzazione regionale.…Continue readingEurasia tra interessi geopolitici e minacce alla sicurezza. Il commento di Silvia Boltuc

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

Tajikistan and the European Union discussed an expanded cooperation agreement

Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 13 Issue 10 – The European Union seeks to increase its economic partnership with Tajikistan to strengthen Brussels’ position in Central Asia and become part of the ‘New Great Game’ that is characterising Central Asia after the U.S. troops’ withdrawal from Afghanistan.…Continue readingTajikistan and the European Union discussed an expanded cooperation agreement

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

Geopolitics of the U.S. strategy in Central Asia

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.…Continue readingGeopolitics of the U.S. strategy in Central Asia