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Middle Corridor: Eurasia Transport Alternatives
Middle Corridor: Eurasia Transport Alternatives

Author analyzes Eurasian connectivity through the Middile Corridor and the background to different approaches and interests behind them. By Zhuldyz Ramazanova. 01/30/2024

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The European Green Deal as Its Great Power Strategy? A Geopolitical Analysis
The European Green Deal as Its Great Power Strategy? A Geopolitical Analysis

Analysis of the European Green Deal as a geopolitical strategy and prospects for its success. By Sanne de Jong. (01/19/2024)

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Our Days News: Europe’s Social fabrics challenged – From Palestine to the Baltic States’ Human Rights
Our Days News: Europe’s Social fabrics challenged – From Palestine to the Baltic States’ Human Rights

Report on conference by Our Days News (ODN), bringing together experts from Italy, Estonia, France, and Romania to discuss the problems of modern-day Europe,By Julia Costa de Arajo. (11/14/2023)Read More...



Cyber Conflict in Ukraine: Reframing Moscow’s Objectives
Cyber Conflict in Ukraine: Reframing Moscow’s Objectives

The use of cyber war - or lack of - in the Ukraine conflict. By Ulysse Richard. (08/18/2023)

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Foreign Influence on International Military Students – Focus on the Portuguese Armed Forces
Foreign Influence on International Military Students – Focus on the Portuguese Armed Forces

Article enalyzes aspects related to influences exerted on international military students, as part of their training and education, considering that, depending on a variety of factors, all this can... Read More...



The French Protests: Behind the Scenes of the Media
The French Protests: Behind the Scenes of the Media

Reflections on the recent French protests. By Hana Kolar. (08/02/2023)

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Legal Amelioration for Ukrainian Healthcare Incursions
Legal Amelioration for Ukrainian Healthcare Incursions

Author examines explores the legal and historical frameworks of international human rights law (IHRL) and international humanitarian law (IHL) in the context of the Ukraine conflict. By Charlotte H... Read More...



Lawfare and Foreign Influence on Politicians – NATO and Portuguese Internal Intelligence Service Ins
Lawfare and Foreign Influence on Politicians – NATO and Portuguese Internal Intelligence Service Ins

Politicians from a given country can be the targets of influence operations directly or indirectly conducted by adversary states, by turning to various instruments such as the media and lobbying fi... Read More...



In Russia’s Crosshairs: Political Memory and the Persecution of Crimean Tatars
In Russia’s Crosshairs: Political Memory and the Persecution of Crimean Tatars

The plight of Crimean Tatars offers a clear picture of the enduring ramifications of malicious manipulations of historical memory. By Natalie Petit. (07/20/2023)

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FLEP: The Next Generation of Presidents
FLEP: The Next Generation of Presidents

Report on talk by Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dr. Dritan Abazovic, at the special Executive Program for Emerging Leaders (FLEP) By Marie-Christine Ghreichi. (07/11/2023)

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The Ukrainian Education System Will Take Decades to Recover, but Informal Education Could Save Ukraine’s Youth
The Ukrainian Education System Will Take Decades to Recover, but Informal Education Could Save Ukraine’s Youth

Report from Kyiv about the current state of education and prospects for it moving forward. By Emily Schroen. (06/28/2023)

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President for the Universal Organisation
President for the Universal Organisation

Report on talk by Prof. Danialo Türk.(06/22/2023)

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Food - Our Common Good: Sovereignty, Safety and Security
Food - Our Common Good: Sovereignty, Safety and Security

EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Fishery, Dr. Franz Fischler, reflects on global food security. By Yagmur Ceylan Korkut Hassan . (05/11/2023)

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France and Germany: No Longer Europe’s Leaders?
France and Germany: No Longer Europe’s Leaders?

Is the “heart of the EU” moving eastward or are France and Germany still Europe's leades? By Clément Masselin. (04/19/2023)

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A new central and eastern European power: Poland after the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian war
A new central and eastern European power: Poland after the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian war"

Poland's status in Europe and potential issues it faces from the Ukraine-Russian confluct. By Francesco Stuffer. (04/17/2023)

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IA Forum Winter 2023 - Human Rights
IA Forum Winter 2023 - Human Rights

This new issue of International Affairs Forum presents interviews, essays, and opinion pieces from worldwide experts discussing Human Rights. 03/07/2023

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The Depopulation of Bulgaria and its Implications
The Depopulation of Bulgaria and its Implications

Essay discusses the issue of depopulation in Bulgaria, caused by labor migration to Western Europe due to economic reasons. By Kadir Yozkalach. (03/06/2023)

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Norway: Continued passion for the global stewardship
Norway: Continued passion for the global stewardship

Sketch of former Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Norway His Excellency Kjell Magne Bondevik who was part of the special program for Emerging leaders at IFIMES Department for Strategic Studies on A... Read More...



Europe- Una Hysteria Importante - Part II (Reversibility of Anthropogeographic Inversion)
Europe- Una Hysteria Importante - Part II (Reversibility of Anthropogeographic Inversion)

Second part of historical and geopolitical analysis regarding the root of frictions being witnessed today in Europe. By Prof. Anis H Bajrektarevic. (01/12/2023)

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Power of the Female State Presidents - Finland
Power of the Female State Presidents - Finland

Report on Her Excellency Mrs. Tarja Halonen's recent presentation concerning SDGs issues and the path ahead. By Sara AlDhahri. (01/05/2023)

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Europe: Una Hysteria Importante (Part one)
Europe: Una Hysteria Importante (Part one)

Author presents a historical and geopolitical aspect to the root of frictions being witnessed in Europe today. By Prof. Anis H Bajrektarevic. (12/28/2022)

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Why Neither France nor the East African Community Mission are Likely to Heal Congo’s Open Wounds in the East: a Geopolitical Perspective
Why Neither France nor the East African Community Mission are Likely to Heal Congo’s Open Wounds in the East: a Geopolitical Perspective

Analysis of the DRC and current tensions surrounding it.  By Romane Dideberg. (12/23/2022)

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Paris Has Lost the Russian Card
Paris Has Lost the Russian Card

Examining French-Russian relations and the current state of affairs.  By Dr. Manlio Graziano.  (12/23/2022)

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Ukrainian Crisis: Dialogue has no Alternative – View from Tunisia
Ukrainian Crisis: Dialogue has no Alternative – View from Tunisia

Exploring options for resolving the Ukrainian crisis. By Ambassador Ali Goutali. (12/20/2022)

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Country of No Holidays From Geopolitics
Country of No Holidays From Geopolitics

Report about speech by Yves Leterme, former Prime Minister of Belgium and Deputy Secretary General of the Paris-based OECD. By Jana Žaludova. (12/13/2022)

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Influences on Inter-Governmental Relations
Influences on Inter-Governmental Relations

Author presents proposal to alter how the study of international relations is structured. By Ian Kilbey. (12/13/2022)

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Neutrality as a Road to Prosperity
Neutrality as a Road to Prosperity

Report on presentation made by Heinz Fisher, former Austrian State President, reflecting on history. By Prof. Lucija Mulej. (10/19/2022)

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Why the Arctic is Unlikely to Lift Russia's Curse
Why the Arctic is Unlikely to Lift Russia's Curse

What are the prospects for the Arctic to become Moscow's 'new ocean'?  An analysis. By Andrea Restaldi. (10/05/2022)

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Europe is Preparing for a Cold Winter and the Rise of Israel as a Regional Energy Power
Europe is Preparing for a Cold Winter and the Rise of Israel as a Regional Energy Power

Analyzing a potential energy crisis in Europe this winter and opportunities for Israel to strengthen ties there.  By Kobby Barda. 09/22/2022

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Ramifications of Russia-Ukraine War Within America
Ramifications of Russia-Ukraine War Within America

Author presents list of ramifications of the Russia-Ukraine War on America. By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. (09/06/2022)

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