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The Geopolitics of the Iranian Revolution: Causes and Effects

Bitchute 06 Feb 2023
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Geopolitical threats driving foreign policy

The Manila Times 05 Feb 2023
CHINA is upset with the Philippines, which recently agreed to expand America's access to its military bases. Rather than denouncing that decision, China might find it more productive to reflect on why that happened.Because of their colonial past, Filipinos prefer not to have any foreign military presence in the country ... Elephants vs grass ... As Mr ... ....
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The Temptation of Orthodoxy: Geopolitics vs Eschatology

Greek City Times 05 Feb 2023
The latter is what we more or less call geopolitics in modern jargon. So, what is implied through the above successive ‘definitions’ is the sheer fact that Orthodoxy, geopolitics and eschatology have always been intrinsically intertwined; in other words, they go together! ... The Geopolitics of Empire and the Emergence of Orthodoxy.
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North Korea Is Becoming A Big Problem For China’s Geopolitical Ambitions

Oil Price 04 Feb 2023
and its allies to devote greater resources to maintaining a strong security presence in Northeast Asia.
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Geopolitical battles, Ukraine, and US exceptionalism: Highlights from Lavrov's big interview

Sott 03 Feb 2023
Moscow is locked in a geopolitical struggle against Washington and the crisis in Ukraine is at ...
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How geopolitics will impact businesses in 2023?

Live Mint 03 Feb 2023
... the United States and other world powers compete for dominance in a new era of geopolitical upheaval.
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Jaishankar, Cambodian lieutenant general exchange views on geopolitical situation, regional challenges

Beijing News 03 Feb 2023
New Delhi , February 3 (ANI). External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday met Cambodian lieutenant general Hun Manet here and the two exchanged views on the current geopolitical situation and regional challenges. "Pleased to meet Lt. Gen Hun Manet of Cambodia today afternoon. Exchanged views on geopolitical situationregional challenges ... Cd'A a.i.
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Digital geopolitics & digital diplomacy: Another craft of diplomacy

Financial Express 03 Feb 2023
Follow Us. By Amit Das ... ― Sun TzuThe Art of War ... Global move towards digital geopolitics. The digitization of geopolitics is another domain of conflict between the global powers ... The EU aims to equip its future ambassadors with the skills necessary to operate in the complex, dynamic, non-linear, and heterogeneous geopolitical context ... .
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A geopolitical setback for China in the Pacific

Economist 02 Feb 2023
China’s diplomatic advance in the Pacific seemed unstoppable for much of last year. In April 2022 it signed a security pact with the Solomon Islands that laid the ground for Chinese forces to operate there ... \nMr Bainimarama lost an election in December ... \nEven so, the termination of China’s deal is a geopolitical win for America and its allies ... .
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Geopolitical battles, Ukraine, and US exceptionalism: Highlights from Lavrov’s big interview

Russia Today 02 Feb 2023
The Russian foreign minister sat down for a discussion on a wide range of issues. Moscow is locked in a geopolitical struggle against Washington and the crisis in Ukraine is at the forefront, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said ... Ukraine as epicenter of geopolitical battle ... “We are in the center of a geopolitical battle ... .

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