geopolitics

Multipolarity and Polycentricity

09.02.2018

The very term “multipolarity” is of American (Anglo-Saxon) origin, and in the third chapter we examined similar concepts that have been developed in other countries.

Hard times for Serbia

30.01.2018
When Aleksandar Vucic and Tomislav Nikolic came to power, the expectations of Serbian citizens and Serbs in the region were high. Unfortunately, soon the Belgrade duo began to extinguish all the hopes of the Serbs in better times.

Geopolitics of the Near East: Results of 2017

31.12.2017

This article examines a complex of problems related to the resolution of the Syrian conflict in 2017. The fundamental problems and contradictions of all countries and armed groups that have been drawn into the conflict are analysed. Russia’s role in the reconciliation of the hostile parties is examined. Our country’s actions in the Middle East are seen as the realisation of a civilizational, historical mission, which is directed to upholding the balance of power in the world.

Dark plans for the Balkans

12.12.2017

Atlantic Council, think tank in charge of shaping the United States foreign policy  recently published a report ”Balkan forward: A new US strategy for the region” which was released on November 28th .

Europe’s Magic Skin

23.10.2017

The cataclysms currently afflicting EU countries can be described from different perspectives, whether in terms of economics, politics, ideology, international relations,