Putin’s War and Implications for China

Putin’s War and Its Implications for China

ABSTRACT The relationship between Russia and China, the two giants of Asia, has ranged from one extreme to the other. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the erstwhile USSR and the People’s Republic of China in 1949, the two countries co-operated closely on most fronts, especially on the military front. However, due to ideological…Read More

A Case Study of the Belt and Road Initiative

Normative Power Projections in the Era of Xi Jinping. A Case Study of the Belt and Road Initiative in Serbia

Abstract: Since the second half of the 20th century, China has proven capable of reaching and even exceeding the expectations of an established bipolar, then unipolar world order. Therefore, we find ourselves at a time where its capabilities developed throughout recent decades to translate into a more influence-based strategy reaching virtually every country in the…Read More

AUKUS

AUKUS: The Latest Tango for Balance of Power in International Relations

The security partnership signed between the USA, Britain, and Australia on the 15th of September known as AUKUS made not a single explicit hint on China’s hostility in the Pacific. But the defense deal is a clear indication showing the West’s concern in China as an adversary. The paranoia that exists in Washington towards Beijing…Read More

The Geneva Meeting and its Modest Results

The Geneva Meeting and its Modest Results

Abstract The meeting of the American and Russian presidents in Geneva was held in a constructive and positive atmosphere. Although the meeting was constructive and positive, no major step forward was made to reset the chronically strained relations between Moscow and Washington. Major differences remain on a range of issues, including cyberattacks and human rights….Read More

Unilateralism In International Relations

The Force As a Dominant Component Of Global Powers’ Unilateralism In International Relations

Abstract The essence of geopolitics is most often sought and seen in political forces that fight each other, intending to achieve a dominant role in and over society. Within such views on politics, science undoubtedly owes the most to Machiavelli, whose works can be considered the first inspirers of modern realistic theories in political science….Read More

Analysis of World’s Largest Democratic Country India’s Current Situation

Election, Religion & Sports Are Tool to Manipulate People: Analysis of World’s Largest Democratic Country India’s Current Situation

Abstract The democratic system gives the fair right to their people. But there are some things that lay behind in the democratic system that can easily manipulate his people. And the most interesting thing is that people are also manipulated by their own will. Recently, the number of deaths due to COVID-19 in India has…Read More

International Relations After the Cold War

International Relations After the Cold War: Violent Democracies, Hegemonism, and Deprivation

Abstract The paper analyzes the post-cold war contemporary geopolitics from the political, economic, and security framework, presenting the concepts and reflections on the international relations focusing on war and peace modalities within a discourse of democracy, hegemonism, global deprivation, and inequalities. It emphasizes the point of view that strengthens the global onslaught humankind despondency paradigm of…Read More

Peacekeeping Operations As Implied Power Of The United Nations: A Critical Assessment

Peacekeeping Operations As Implied Power Of The United Nations: A Critical Assessment

Abstract: The International Organization should not be limited by those powers granted to it upon its creation, i.e. attributed powers instead be allowed to exercise certain powers that are not granted expressly but are granted by implications, i.e. implied powers. The United Nations, as an international organization, was established in 1945 to save people from…Read More

The Implementation of the Khartoum Agreement in the Central African Republic in the Wake of High-Risk Elections

The Implementation of the Khartoum Agreement in the Central African Republic in the Wake of High-Risk Elections

Abstract While legislative and presidential elections are over, the 2019 Khartoum agreement seems harder and harder to implement. Indeed, rebel groups still hold a large part of the country, whereas the government is struggling to restore State authority all over the national territory. The situation is even tenser since former President François BozizĂ© is suspected…Read More

The Role of Money in International Politics

The Role of Money in International Politics: Powerful and Dangerous

ABSTRACT This article will focus on an underappreciated and rarely discussed issue in international politics, the role that money, resources and wealth play in influencing government policies. For example, often overlooked when analyzing post-industrial and post-globalization politics is the rise of the multinational financial, corporate and oil industries as powerful actors influencing State policies and…Read More