Strategic studies

FDI to Japan and Trade Flows: A Comparison of BRICs, Asian Tigers and Developed Countries

Although still dominated by firms from developed countries, foreign direct investment (FDI) flows from developing nations have increased significantly.

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Geopolitical priorities – Turkey and the Balkans

Turkey had already playeda decisive role in the region after its establishment. Its active international role fed not only historical…

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Europe at war: Globalization vs Geopolitics

The paper examines the EU's challenges in the field of migration, and suggests how Brussels and EU governments might promote…

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The Importance of Collective Intelligence in a Sustainable Future

Why is this true? I take my support for this from Joseph Tainter’s argument in The Collapse of Complex Societies. For…

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Balance of Power: Meaning And Nature

The balance of power is one of the oldest concepts of international relations. It at once provides an answer to…

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New Cold War

The new Cold War’s origin is generally traced back to December 1979 when the Soviet Union intervened in Afghanistan.

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The geostrategic dimension of Iran’s foreign policy

The Iranian policy towards the South Caucasus region was influenced by several political, economic and security considerations.

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Alliance Formation and the Balance of World Power

The question "what causes alignment?" is a central issue in debates on American foreign policy, and the choices that are…

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The Asia-Pacific Strategic Triangle: Untangling the India, China, US Relations on Conflict and Security in South Asia

The objective of this paper is to give insight into the debate over the strategic triangle and how it impacts…

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