Strategic studies

Amid Energy Crisis, EU Fights Over Whether Nuclear Is Green

With European energy prices skyrocketing and pressure growing on the European Union to cut carbon emissions more quickly, it was…

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Russia Is Worried About Challenges in the Caucasus

The first two weeks of 2022 have been eventful and consequential ones for Russia and its neighbors. Last week, Russia sent…

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Turkey’s Tough 2021

For Turkey, 2021 was a year marked by its plummeting currency, soaring inflation, and destructive climate change events. The terrible…

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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 –…

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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…

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Why Ukraine’s Fight Against Corruption Scares Russia

Building democracy is not an easy task. Doing so while defending against the aggression of a neighboring country makes the…

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A Decade of the Kim Jong Un Doctrine

This month, North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un marks a decade since he succeeded his father, Kim Jong Il,…

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Iran Can’t Afford to Delay a Deal

To appreciate the significance of a nuclear deal revival for Iran, one need only cast a cursory glance at the…

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Washington Runs on Interns

By Robbie Gramer, Anna Weber There was a point in the spring of 2016 when Carlos Mark Vera reached his limit. Like…

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