Geopolitics Studies

TRANSFORMING TURKEY’S ROLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST: FROM A «BESIEGED FORTRESS» TO A SYSTEM OF «SMART ALLIANCES»

Today, the Middle East is in the stage of continuing geopolitical transformation: the «concert of the Arab powers» ​​(Syria – Libya – Iraq – Egypt),…

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The Geopolitics of Video Games

Holiday greetings. If you are one of the world’s 3 billion video gamers, you already know that gaming consoles are the perfect present—so perfect that retailers…

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Strata of the state: Resource nationalism and vertical territory in Bolivia

Abstract This paper examines the relationship between resource nationalism, state territorialization, and geological knowledge production in Bolivia. Focusing on two historical moments of post-revolutionary state-building…

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Subterranean geopolitics: Designing, digging, excavating and living

A/ National University of Singapore, Department of Geography, AS2, #03-01, 1 Arts Link Kent Ridge, Singapore 117570, Singapore. B/ Royal Holloway University of London, Department…

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Anxiety geopolitics: Hybrid warfare, civilisational geopolitics, and the Janus-faced politics of anxiety

Abstract Working at the intersection of political geography and international relations, this article does two things. First, it theorises the relationship between geopolitics and anxiety.…

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A Neo-Classical Realist Account on External Security Behaviors of Weak Power towards Great Power

By Choi, Jong Kun – Yonsei University – The Korean Journal of International Studies 5-1 (December 2007), 81-108 Abstract   This paper seeks to propose…

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The Geopolitics of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC) and its Security Implications for India

Abstract The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a muti-billion dollar mega project in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) that would connect the city of Kashgar…

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The Red Sea Region Security: Different Visions

The Red Sea region has a strategic importance stemming from the importance of the shipping lane itself and the interests of many regional and international…

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What Russia Really Wants in the Balkans

The legendary Bosnian journalist Boro Kontic said recently that Bosnia and Herzegovina feels like a decades-long Groundhog Day: Agreements are being signed, institutions founded and built, applications submitted,…

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