Tag: diplomacy

The presidents of Italy and Azerbaijan
Posted in Kavkaz Files ISSN 2975-0474 Caucasus Monitoring & Analysis

Nagorno-Karabakh Crisis Exposed Italy’s Weak Foreign Policy Among Natural Gas and Human Rights

The Azerbaijani military incursion into the Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh/Artsakh has brought to light Italy’s precarious foreign policy in the South Caucasus. Driven by a web of Rome’s imperatives and constraints, the Italian government finds itself torn between justifying Azerbaijan’s regional strategy and acknowledging the resulting humanitarian crisis and civilian casualties.

Iran and Saudi Arabia joint statement agreement
Posted in Monitoring & Analysis Middle East Persian Files ISSN 2975-0598

From Rivalry to Cooperation: Charting the Future of Iran-Saudi Relations

Iran and Saudi Arabia have taken significant steps towards improving their diplomatic relations by appointing respective ambassadors to Tehran and Riyadh. This development marks a historic milestone in the restoration of relations between the two countries.

Iran and SCO
Posted in Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Middle East

Iran’s Entry into the SCO: A Game-Changer in Eurasian Geopolitics

Iran’s admittance to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as a full member is a noteworthy step that has greatly impacted the geopolitical arena of the region.

Astana International Forum and the interview with Roman Vassilenko
Posted in Monitoring & Analysis Central Asia

Exploring Kazakhstan’s Foreign Policy and Future Scenarios: a Meeting with Roman Vassilenko

During the Astana International Forum, SpecialEurasia met with Roman Vassilenko, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, to discuss Kazakh foreign politics and regional dynamics.

SpecialEurasia Eurispes'meeting with Uzbek delecation
Posted in SpecialEurasia News Central Asia Monitoring & Analysis

SpecialEurasia joined Eurispes in the Uzbek-Italian permanent working table

On May 29th, 2023, SpecialEurasia representatives met with an Uzbek delegation at the Eurispes to better understand the Central Asian republic’s strategic role and investment opportunities and possibilities of cooperation between Rome and Tashkent.

Map of Mongolia
Posted in Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Central Asia China Monitoring & Analysis

Mongolian Foreign Minister will pay a visit to China: why does it matter?

Mongolian Foreign Affairs Minister’s upcoming visit to China emphasised the relations between Ulaanbaatar and Beijing and the Chinese strategy to increase its influence in the Asian country because of strategic position and significant natural resources.

Iran Saudi Arabia Middle East globe
Posted in Monitoring & Analysis China Middle East Persian Files ISSN 2975-0598

Riyadh-Tehran reconciliation sponsored by Beijing, what next?

Iran and Saudi Arabia, longtime regional rivals, have agreed to resume friendly diplomatic relations and reopen their embassies after Chinese-led negotiations in Beijing. The two governments announced the agreement via their respective state media agencies and China’s Xinhua News Agency.

Diplomacy N.1 copertina
Posted in SpecialEurasia News

Pubblicato il primo numero di “Diplomacy. Strategic Approach to Global Affairs”

SpecialEurasia ha preso parte alla pubblicazione del primo numero di Diplomacy. Strategic Approach to Global Affairs, rivista di affari internazionali realizzata da Minter Group srl che si pone come obiettivo quello di analizzare tematiche inerenti la geopolitica, la sicurezza, l’ambiente e la società.

Tajikistan and European Union
Posted in Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Central Asia Monitoring & Analysis

Tajikistan and the European Union discussed an expanded cooperation agreement

The European Union seeks to increase its economic partnership with Tajikistan to strengthen Brussels’ position in Central Asia and become part of Central Asia’s ‘New Great Game’ after the U.S. troops’ withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Posted in Middle East Monitoring & Analysis United States

Kurdistan – United States assessed their relations and regional policy

The Manama Dialogue in Bahrain highlighted that the United States are still interested in Middle Eastern geopolitics…

Meeting Kyrgyz and Italian ministries
Posted in Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Central Asia Monitoring & Analysis

Italy and Kyrgyzstan strengthened their relations

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.

Chinese Consulate Houston
Posted in China Monitoring & Analysis United States

The escalation between Washington and Beijing after the China consulate’s closure in Houston

The U.S. order to close the Chinese consulate in Houston accused of conducting spying activities to steal secret information on new technologies marks a new escalation between Washington and Beijing whose consequences on the international arena might be dangerous and create a fracture during the COVID-19 crisis between those countries allied with the United States and those with China.