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Tactical Moves. The Real Game of Thrones in Ukraine.

Created on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 21:44 Published Date
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Article Re-Posted from its first presentation on CNNi.


Marios P. Efthymiopoulos (Ph.D) & Igor Okunev (Ph.D)


CEO Strategy International think tank

Visiting Scholar Columbia University, Harriman Institute



MGIMO University, Moscow

Vice Dean, School of Political Affairs


While the western world, International Organizations and leading governments try to self-organize and respond in precisely the right way, to the Russian Federation reactions, the wider international community looks upon a real game of thrones being developed in the South parts currently belonging to Ukraine.

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Μάριος-Παναγιώτης Ευθυμιόπουλος (Ph.D)*


Η Ουκρανία βρίσκεται σε διπλωματική, πολιτική και πιθανώς στρατιωτική ανοιχτή ένταση, με την Ρωσία. Το γεγονός αυτό δεν θα έπρεπε να μας βρίσκει προ-εκπλήξεως. Σε πρόσφατο ταξίδι στην Ουκρανία και συγκεκριμένα την Ρωσόφωνη περιοχή του Νότου, όχι απλά την περιοχή με την πλειοψηφία να θεωρούνται Ρώσοι, παρατήρησα, μελέτησα και συνεργάστηκα με γηγενείς, μεταξύ τους και ομογενείς Έλληνες, άξιους αντιπροσώπους της ομογένειας για την Μητέρα Πατρίδα. Επισκέφτηκα τα μέρη αυτά στα πλαίσια έρευνας και συνεργασίας επιστημονικής.

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The Korean Peninsula Crisis

Created on Tuesday, 04 June 2013 21:05 Published Date
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By Christos Spanomichos, Junior Scholar, Strategy International.*

The past six months we witnessed an escalation of events concerning threats between North and South Korea. In December 2012, North Korea decided to launch an “artificial satellite” into space.

The outcome of this launch was that Pyongyang was able to launch a rocket into the moon. Yet, this action, caused significant damage in North's Korea's relations with its neighbor states, such as South Korea, Japan and even China, a traditional ally which is bound by a pact to assist N. Korea in case of a military aggression from any state.

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