Security, politico-military, legal and socio-economic aspects

In an ever evolving and expanding world, there is a constant quest for both more energy and less external energy dependency.

Published in Economy

Why is Europe able to manage its decline, while Asia is (still) unable to capitalize (on) its success?

Following the famous saying allegedly spelled by Kissinger: “Europe? Give me a name and a phone number!” (when – back in early 1970s – urged by President Nixon to inform Europeans on the particular US policy action), the author is trying to examine how close is Asia to have its own telephone number.

Published in East Asia

Arctic and Antarctica, the world’s two regions within the polar circles of the Northern and Southern hemispheres, were rarely discussed in the past (be it in general literature on geopolitics, law or international relations), but lately have gained the attention of the international community.

Published in Diplomacy

Insightful, compelling and original, this book is an exciting journey through the rocky field of geopolitics. It is also a big-thinking exploration of the least researched aspects of the discipline, which will leave no one indifferent.

Published in Diplomacy
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