Fyodor A. Lukyanov
International relations theory is now helpless without sociological perspective. There’s no chance to predict the state of the “grand chessboard” without understanding public sentiments in each square.
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Damir R. Islamov, Bulat G. Akhmetkarimov, Yakov Y. Grishin, Firdaus G. Vagapova
By acting in tandem and using the Russia and Turkey factors, Hungary and Serbia have managed to maintain relative internal political and economic stability and get additional support in preserving a flexible foreign policy.
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Anri R. Chedia
The opening of the Zangezur Corridor obviously bears both economic prospects and serious geopolitical risks for the countries in the region.
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2024 January/March
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