“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
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.
Holding a “Euro-Atlantic” Aspiration and therefore a Euro-Atlantic identity maybe the most important visionary aspiration and strategic option for the republic of Cyprus. It is the last piece of the puzzle which remains to complete the map of “strategic identity and public foreign policy depth”.
Strategy International is looking for positions of 3 interns on the following fields:
Global, Strategic and Legal Perspectives on Peace, Security, Energy and Law
Στην παρούσα φάση, εκείνοι που ευνοούν τηn κακή λύση, αλλά ομολογουμένως ρεαλιστική “διόρθωση συνόρων με ανταλλαγή εδαφών” μεταξύ της Σερβίας και του Κοσσυφοπεδίου το δικαιολογούν με την αιτιολογία ότι θα είναι νόμιμη
Η εξωτερική, αμυντική και οικονομική πολιτική της Τουρκίας, ήταν μια καλά ενορχηστρωμένη πολιτική. Με αρχή που έγινε μέσω της πολιτικής Νταβούτογλου που, ανεξάρτητα με το αποτέλεσμα του πρώην ΥΠΕΞ
Trade wars started and are ramping up; they are raging plenty. Trade wars impact the International financial and business ecosystem; an ecosystem that seems weak in front of trade wars.
There is a Locality vs Globality aspect value attached to both signatories at this time. Both sides of the signatories, signal a possible window of opportunity that seems open for Globality rather Locality
Thus, this threat to Turkey’s energy security combined with the tendency of some analysts bases their arguments on Thucydides[vii] made them try to present Turkey’s response through the application of “Thucydides trap”.
The first panel of the 2018 International Symposium on Sustainable Development was on the topic “Sustainable Cybersecurity: A Global Perspective.”