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Suicidal Nuclear Gambit on Caucasus

Nuclear security is seemingly in the vanguard of global attention, but the large framework of international provisions is increasingly perceived as a toothless tiger....

Caspian Roadmap: Back or wreck to the future?

Recently, I came across an interesting outlined roadmap for Caspian countries, written in 2010 with predictions for 2025. 5 years down and 10 years...

Identity and Politics in Central Asia and the Caucasus

Mohammed Ayoob (ed.) and Murad Ismayilov (ed.) (Routledge- 2015- 224 Pages)“The multicultural region of Central Eurasia is living through its early post-independence years and...

Kazakhstan beyond Borat

Kazakhstan, it seems, has a very clear and coherent idea of what kind of image does it want to project on the international stage...

Turkmenistan- a brand in the making?

Turkmenistan can be labeled as the most traditional society in the Caspian area. As a country, somewhere between historical tribalism and current authoritarianism, Turkmenistan...

Iran`s soft solutions for hard realities

Even before soft power was officially introduced into the vocabulary of international relations, its core principles were nevertheless exercised by state entities all over...

Azerbaijan: What awaits beyond sticks and carrots

The country`s power in international relations rests upon various things and the principal distinction into hard and soft power displays particular means to influence...

The Legal Status of the Caspian Sea

The Legal Status of the Caspian Sea- Current Challenges and Prospects for Future Development, Barbara Janusz- Pawletta (Springer- 2015- 176 pages) “Is it possible...

Liberland or another Tax-haven on demand?

In the beginning of April, world got a brand new country: The Free Republic of Liberland. It occupies 7 square kilometers of no man`s...

V is for victory, not vendetta

This year`s two major celebrations of the WW2 victories, the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp and the capitulation of Nazi Germany, rested in...

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In February 2024 Indonesia faced a food crisis when...

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Thinking the unthinkable: Israeli occupation instead of a ceasefire

A former Israeli hostage negotiator suggests Hamas may be...
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