The variables and determinants that control the interpretation of international interactions and relations vary and religion occupies an important place in various political studies.
The Iranian policy towards the South Caucasus region was influenced by several political, economic and security considerations.
A careful reading of the personal background of the Iraqi president, the prime ministers, and the legislative authority does not exclude a full readiness for normalization with Israel.
One of the most dangerous challenges facing the new international community is the phenomenon of terrorism, which has varied forms and identical colors.
This research studies the motives and contexts of the US-Iranian escalation in the Gulf waters, which is represented by the friction of warships belonging to the Revolutionary Guard with US naval vessels in the region.
In ancient times, China regarded Africa as being the end of the Western Zone, as from China to the rest of the world.
In the aftermath of the Cold War – a 45-year ideological struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union – several scholars forecasted the future of conflict and geopolitics post-1991.
This chapter aims at providing a theorization of the current world system on the basis of a systemic historical and structural vision.
This volume brings together contributions that conceptualize and measure EU perceptions in the strategic regions around the world in the aftermath of the UK referendum.