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Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

Tokaev’s new Kazakhstan: the dawn of the “Second Republic”?

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 20 Issue 9 – The constitutional referendum in Kazakhstan marked a historical event aimed at consolidating the final transition from a super-presidential form of government to a presidential republic with an influential parliament and an accountable government.…Continue readingTokaev’s new Kazakhstan: the dawn of the “Second Republic”?

Research & Monitoring

Geopolitics of the Armenian President’s resignation

The Armenian President’s resignation created another political crisis in the Caucasian republic, which, since the Velvet Revolution in 2018, has experienced domestic political instability, the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and its consequent defeat, the parliamentary elections and a new foreign policy marked by a broader approach towards Turkey and Azerbaijan.…Continue readingGeopolitics of the Armenian President’s resignation

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In Lebanon politicians and activists established the “National Council to End the Iranian Occupation”

In Lebanon, around 200 people launched the National Council to End the Iranian Occupation accusing Tehran and its military hand in the country Hezbollah to be one of the main causes which generated domestic political crisis. …Continue readingIn Lebanon politicians and activists established the “National Council to End the Iranian Occupation”

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

At home and in the Continent: Brexit’s Referendum influence of on the European Identity

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 8 – Brexit was a capital event in recent European history and among many consequences, helped to bring up an identity as a political issue. Brexit impacted both negatively and positively in terms of European identity.…Continue readingAt home and in the Continent: Brexit’s Referendum influence of on the European Identity

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

Lebanon-Italy: same problems and a common way out? A comparative proposal between two centralised countries that can benefit from a localistic reform (Part 2)

Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 7 – The current Lebanese situation does not require an exacerbation of the tension among its components and a revival of additional factors of fear and caution, but rather a search for exits that mitigate tensions and reassure all communities about their existence and their cultural, social, and political specificities.…Continue readingLebanon-Italy: same problems and a common way out? A comparative proposal between two centralised countries that can benefit from a localistic reform (Part 2)

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598

Lebanon-Italy: same problems and a common way out? A comparative proposal between two centralized countries that can benefit from a localistic reform (Part 1)

Geopolitical Report 2785-2598 Volume 14 Issue 5 – Lebanon and Italy have many common traits and some apparent differences. Both are centralised countries with marked differences between territories; both are experiencing a long-term political-institutional deadlock and wonder how to get out.…Continue readingLebanon-Italy: same problems and a common way out? A comparative proposal between two centralized countries that can benefit from a localistic reform (Part 1)