“Obvious Success or hidden failure? The change from reactive to proactive policies by countries and organizations involved: Greece as a case study”
- Sustainability, Development & Growth
- November 27, 2016
Cyprus can help shape and create a global geostrategic dimension of it self and the region
The multitude of offshore gas discoveries in the East Mediterranean have attracted regional cooperation & economic relations. However, maritime disputes & power projections of the main parties -Turkey, Greece & Cyprus- could lead to military confrontations
Troop deployment is a, partially, military solution to a problem that is highly political. It fails to address the main causes of migration from South America to the United States which are, extreme economic inequality, oppression and insecurity
Radicalization may be the force leading new era’s politics in this century, if we choose to neglect the obvious transformation of politics into a new form of extreme polarization as a way of political expression
Mid-Term Elections in the US, are on their way. The date is Tuesday 6 November 2018. Another, historical moment for the USA. As elections are a celebration of Democracy
“Hybrid Alliances” hold the key for prospective growth in a new geostrategic world that is complete with challenges and threats.
The main objective of worldwide intelligence services is to be aware and stay ahead of any incident or transaction before it even occurs, if possible. In this context agencies use all kind of HUMINT/SIGINT means. Article provides an intro on basic OSING methodology.
The world we live at today, is dependent on technological agility. It will get more futuristic. Yet if uncontrolled and without rules or ethics, will get much more unstable and threatening.
Assuming that both the military and political leaders assume their responsibilities and act in due time, we need to examine what is the proper degree of intervention from the civilian to the military rulers during a crisis or a war in order to discover the recipe of success.
This is a new Series proposed by the School of Law, in collaboration with Strategy International, for the academic year 2018-19. The Series aims at introducing students and other interested observers to the complexities of international politics and geo-strategy.
In this current article, “Trade Wars” are examined from the perspective of strategic policy challenge. It is apparent that trade wars have become a strategy.