Interview – Ties Dams

E-International Relations • Nov 25 2021 • Features

Ties Dams talks about the geopolitical narratives of China and the EU, disinformation, and the EU’s relations with the Biden administration.

Opinion – The Coming of Age of the European Union’s Indo-Pacific Strategy

Shreya Sinha • May 19 2021 • Articles

It is imperative for EU to not succumb into irrelevance by becoming a toothless tiger in order to eventually be a truly strategic global geopolitical actor.

Geopolitics and the British Empire: Halford Mackinder’s Liberal Imperialism

Ben Richardson • Mar 21 2021 • Articles

The story of Halford Mackinder’s electoral misadventure helps illuminate the ideological context in which geopolitics emerged and the purposes to which it was put.

Review – Popular Culture, Geopolitics and Identity

Adagbo Onoja • Jan 17 2021 • Features

This second edition presents fascinating demonstrations of popular culture in action and considers popular culture beyond the representational.

Opinion – Civil War’s Splinters Indicate a Fractured Future for Yemen

Poornima Balasubramanian • Sep 12 2020 • Articles

Yemen’s seemingly fractured future holds nothing but catastrophe to its people if attempts at seeking a political resolution do not succeed.

Review – War in Space: Strategy, Spacepower, Geopolitics

Augusto Dall’Agnol • Sep 5 2020 • Features

Bowen provides a masterful contribution through his presentation of a Clausewitzian spacepower theory.

Review – The Hacker and the State

Antonio Calcara • Jun 11 2020 • Features

A much needed academic contribution to the IR cyber space literature that includes well-informed examinations of cyber attacks that have taken place in recent decades.

Geopolitics and John Dee

Vladimir Vladimirovich Wiedemann • Apr 18 2020 • Articles

John Dee had developed the first foundational draft of global British geopolitics. A plan he initially tried to implement under Queen Elizabeth I.

Review – The Rise and Fall of Peace on Earth

Luke Cooper • Jul 4 2019 • Features

Mandelbaum’s book is an analytically flawed, contradictory and unconventional piece of realist scholarship that considers the instability of the post-Cold War period.

Unmasking ‘Religious’ Conflicts and Religious Radicalisation in the Middle East

Bettina Koch • May 17 2019 • Articles

When one discusses conflicts that may have a religious background, it is mandatory to question when and under what circumstances does a conflict qualify as a ‘religious’.

Interview – Raúl Salgado

E-International Relations • May 2 2019 • Features

Raúl Salgado talks to us about geopolitics and regionalism in Latin America, the role of small states in regional integration, UNASUR, and Brazil’s role within BRICS.

Can China Link the Belt and Road Initiative by Rail?

Shu Liang (Karl) Yan • Mar 29 2019 • Articles

The CRC has the capacity to leverage its production capacity against international competitors, and the state can thusly help the CRC in ensuring implementation success.

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