Tag: Vlad Kondratiev

Astrakhan Oblast
Posted in Monitoring & Analysis Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Russia

Astrakhan Region in the System of Russia’s Geopolitical Priorities in the Current International Situation

The Astrakhan region has historically served as a significant centre of Russian presence in the Caspian region for centuries. Since the late 20th century, following the geopolitical shifts caused by the collapse of the Soviet Union, Astrakhan’s role in Russia’s Caspian policy has acquired considerable prominence.

The President of Turkmenistan Sardar Berdimuhamedov
Posted in Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Central Asia Middle East Monitoring & Analysis

Turkmenistan and United Arab Emirates strengthened their relations

Serdar Berdimuhamedov’s recent visit to the United Arab Emirates confirms Turkmenistan’s interest in expanding ties with the Gulf monarchies and Abu Dhabi’s desire to increase its presence in Central Asia.

Caspian Sea region
Posted in Monitoring & Analysis

The Sixth Caspian Sea Summit boosted cooperation between littoral countries

The sixth summit of the Caspian Sea states underlined the region’s geopolitical importance and the desire of every country involved to resolve legal status and issues and promote cooperation in transport, logistics and trade.

Farnesina Italy
Posted in Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Central Asia Monitoring & Analysis

Italy intensifies cultural dialogue with Caspian littoral Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan

Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Volume 18 Issue 2 – Recently, representatives of Italy held a series of meetings with colleagues in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, dedicated to the issues of enhancing cultural cooperation, confirming Rome’s interests in Central Asia.

Iran and Russia flag
Posted in Middle East Monitoring & Analysis Persian Files ISSN 2975-0598 Russia

Russia and Iran intensify trade and economic ties

While the Western world is increasingly moving away from Russian exports, Moscow and Tehran are taking measures to intensify trade and economic cooperation, as evidenced by intensive negotiations between the parties.

Caspian Sea region
Posted in Geopolitical Report ISSN 2785-2598 Monitoring & Analysis Russia Ukraine

Ukraine conflict and the Caspian Sea regional geopolitics

In the emerging realities of international relations, it seems crucial to develop an understanding of how the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, which escalated in 2022, will affect the situation in various regions of Eurasia, for example, in the Caspian region, which after the collapse of the USSR turned into one of the most important and complex geopolitical problems of international relations.