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The latest issue of the Geostrategic Pulse is here - no 294!
17/05/2024 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Geopolitics and Geostrategy
PhD Eng. Stelian TEODORESCU
The great powers campaign to identify a peace solution to the crisis in Niger, but the junta refuse to cooperate, insisting on the legitimacy of their actions.
18/08/2023 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Conflicts
PhD Eng. Stelian TEODORESCU
The coup that took place in Niger on the 26th July "takes down" yet another African country, extending the line of states where regimes have changed in the same manner.
07/08/2023 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Conflicts
PhD Eng. Stelian TEODORESCU
The Geostrategic Pulse wishes you a Happy New Year!
29/12/2022 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Various Topics
Constantin IACOBIŢĂ
From the Editor
17/06/2021 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Geopolitics and Geostrategy
Professor Robert SUTTER
The partnership between Moscow and Beijing has broadened and significantly strengthened during the past decade. President Vladimir Putin and President Xi Jinping support forecasts of closer relations.
24/05/2021 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Geopolitics and Geostrategy
James NOONE
During the First World War, the Ottomans clearly made a fatal error by choosing an alliance with Germany. Could that error have been avoided if proper use had been made of the information available in 1914? First, we examine the military leadership, manpower, infrastructure, equipment, and naval capabilities of the Ottomans at the moment of decision. Next, is a review of the army’s actual performance in several different military theaters. The final portion of the paper will be an assessment of the Ottoman’s strategic position at the outbreak of WWI using a DIME (diplomatic, intelligence, military, and economic) methodology.
09/05/2021 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Geopolitics and Geostrategy
Professor Chris ALDEN
The development and modernization of the countries in Africa has always been a priority for BRICS countries and their African counterparts. Given the significant degree of economic dependency and high levels of poverty at independence, the development of countries in Africa has been largely been intertwined with the relationship with the former colonial powers. The rise of leading emerging economies like China and India have had made a strong impression on Africans, both for their direct influence on African economies but also for the ideas and models of development.
28/04/2021 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Various Topics
Constantin IACOBIŢĂ
From the Editor
27/04/2021 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Geopolitics and Geostrategy
Dr. Chester CABALZA
Populist Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte, almost at the twilight of his regime as he exits his presidency on June 2022, espoused a blurry ‘independent foreign policy’ as the chief architect of the Southeast Asian state.
19/04/2021 Free Readings Region: Global Topic: Various Topics
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