Search: Geopolitics (22 materials)

 

Bergedorf Round Table Discusses Digital Transformation Geopolitics

On March 26–27, 2021, 175th regular Bergedorf Round Table, organized by Körber Stiftung, was held online. On March 26–27, 2021, 175th regular Bergedorf Round Table, organized by Körber Stiftung, was held online. The Round Table explored the geopolitics of digital transformation, including international power rivalries in the digital realm, the threat of a digital schism as well as most promising avenues of international cooperation in the development of new technologies. The Round Table ...

29.03.2021

Sixth International Conference “Assessing Risks: Global Economic Recovery and Geopolitics

On March 24, 2021, the Aspen Institute, Italy, and Chatham House, the British Royal Institute of International Affairs, co-organized the sixth annual international conference “Assessing Risks: Global Economic Recovery and Geopolitics” On March 24, 2021, the Aspen Institute, Italy, and Chatham House, the British Royal Institute of International Affairs, co-organized the sixth annual international conference “Assessing Risks: Global Economic Recovery and Geopolitics”....

26.03.2021

A Black Swan in the Arctic Waters. Has China Become a Great Power in the Arctic?

... significantly changing the face of the Arctic. Such rapid changes necessitate a new way of representing China’s vision of the contemporary world. While at variance with the traditional world map, China’s vertical map of the world uncovers the new geopolitics of the 21 st century. China (or the Central Kingdom‒the literal translation of its Chinese name, Zhongguo) is placed nearly at the center of the map, not too far away from the Arctic. The traditional map presents the Arctic and the Antarctic ...

25.03.2021

Indo-Chinese Conflict and the Eurasian Heartland

In Russia, be it Russian President Putin, be it former Soviet Prime minister Primakov and his advisor Dr. Kulikov (Russia-India-China model/RIC), be it Karaganov, be it even Dr. Kortunov (RIAC), or the Russian Orientalists, Eurasianism is quite en vogue and not only by its former avangardist Alexander Dugin. Especially Dr. Kortunov in his article "Heartland Reunion: Geopolitical Chimera or Historical Chance?” revitalized the idea of Mackinder's paradigm, according to which who controls the Eurasian...

16.07.2020

Geopolitical Dynamics Discussed at RAND Business Leaders Forum

On April 27, 2020, a regular meeting of the International Business Elite Forum under the auspices of the RAND Business Leaders Forum was held online and focused on the geopolitical dynamics amid a deepening economic crisis, ongoing drop in oil prices, and a deteriorating global epidemiological situation On April 27, 2020, a regular meeting of the International Business Elite Forum under the auspices of the RAND Business Leaders Forum was held online and focused on the geopolitical dynamics amid...

29.04.2020

Geopolitical Theory of Water

Territory and its morphology assume a key role in geopolitics Geopolitics, as an autonomous discipline, has a very particular cultural genesis, and it is not possible to ignore the deepening of the era in which it developed. His great forefathers can be considered the first geographers who in the nineteenth ...

06.02.2020

Geopolitics and e-Diplomacy of Estonia

... Estonia might be an example to follow when it comes to the good bilateral relationship with Moscow and the future of e-Governance. Ivan Timofeev: The Euro-Atlantic Security Formula: The Implications of NATO-Russia Relations to the Baltic Sea Region Geopolitics of Estonia: Know your opponent (The Art of War, Sun Tzu) The territory of Estonia consists of a mainland and 1,500 islands in the Baltic Sea covering a total of 45,227 km2 with a humid continental climate and 50 meters average elevation....

31.12.2019

All for One and One for All: Diplomatic Recognition of Kosovo, Abkhazia and South-Ossetia

... Serbia. Belgrade is seeking support from Russia — and more recently from the People’s Republic of China — to counterbalance American and European soft power in Kosovo and does not support Moscow’s views regarding Abkhazia and South-Ossetia. Geopolitics versus International Law The Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States, signed in 1933, states: “the state as a person of international law should possess the following qualifications: (a) a permanent population; (b) a defined ...

08.11.2019

Protracted Asymmetric Geopolitical Conflict

Since neither Russia nor China can countervail the US-led Western alliance on its own, a closer equation is needed between the two Each of us has his own definition of “geo-history”, and mine is the interface of the “geopolitical” and the “world-historical.” We are marked by two anniversaries, that of the start of WW II in 1939 and its end in 1945. Fascism was a unique regime of terror, with a strategy of unbridled ‘exterminism’ and therefore constituted a unique political evil in world history...

24.09.2019

West/Non-West: Funhouse Mirror of World Politics

... short in terms of economic development is closer to Zedong’s Three worlds perspective rather than the western one. The West/non-West System as the Resurgence of the Land/Sea Dichotomy There exists another dichotomy that has taken roots in western geopolitics, namely Land vs Sea. In fact, it represents a continuation of the same opposition between colonial Empires of the West and continental powers of the East. This distinction implies the world division into maritime-based powers (Thalassocracy ...

19.07.2019
 

Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
 
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