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The analysis of geopolitics and energy security policies in the Caspian region is a challenging research task. The results from the specific development of international relations in this region and the evolution of its importance in the context of the functioning of the global energy market. Due to its special geopolitical location in central Eurasia and at the junction of the world's largest trade routes, the region is gaining in importance both politically and economically in contemporary international relations, becoming a place where states from outside the region also satisfy the need for energy security.
Uncover the fascinating story of Greece's unwavering quest for European belonging. This thought-provoking book explores the intersection of geopolitics and political myth, tracing Greece's enduring determination to align with Europe and the West. From the early days of European integration to the challenges of the Eurocrisis, Greece's commitment remains steadfast. By analyzing the geopolitical myths that shape its identity, the book illuminates the multifaceted factors driving Greece's pro-European strategy and foreign policy. By introducing and using Analytical Geopolitics as a pioneering approach, the book provides a historical-structural framework and expands the role of myth in understanding international relations.
In: Belonging to the West: Geopolitical Myths and Identity in Modern Greece
In: Belonging to the West: Geopolitical Myths and Identity in Modern Greece
In: Belonging to the West: Geopolitical Myths and Identity in Modern Greece
In: Belonging to the West: Geopolitical Myths and Identity in Modern Greece
From International Law to Geopolitics
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China claims Taiwan as a renegade province. While saying it prefers peaceful unification, it has consistently refused to renounce the use of force to incorporate the democratic island. Increasingly, Taiwan has become a potential flash point for military conflict between China and the United States. After exploring the historical roots of the Taiwan question, The State of Taiwan offers an in-depth analysis of the international legal status of Taiwan. An extensive epilogue throws the bridge between the international legal findings and geopolitics, and outlines the strategy the world’s democracies should adopt in light of those findings.
In: The State of Taiwan
In: The State of Taiwan
In: The State of Taiwan