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    Authors: Voloshenko, K. Yu.; Vorozheina, Yana; Klemeshev, Andrei P.; Komleva, Natalia A.; +3 Authors

    This paper summarizes the results of the seminar "Geopolitical Security of Russia: Remarks on the Problem Statement", held on August 26, 2022, at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad. During the seminar, the Institute of Geopolitical and Regional Studies of the university announced an initiative to devise a system of monitoring the geopolitical (regional) security of Russia. The debate centred around the development of a conceptual framework and a geopolitical security model as a prerequisite for the system. The discussion also covered other relevant issues, including the definition of geopolitical security and geopolitical space as well as the types of geopolitical threats and vulnerabilities. Another topic on the agenda was the analysis of theoretical approaches applicable to monitoring the geopolitical security in Russia. A constructivist approach based on discursive practices was viewed as the most promising for tracking changes in geopolitical threats. In this work, the emphasis should be placed on regional issues, i. e. the situation in particular regions. Other promising avenues for further research are the operationalization of relevant concepts and the development of a set of indicators of geopolitical threats and vulnerabilities, which Russia has already faced and may face in the future.

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    Authors: Jelen, Igor;

    Non esiste una teoria precisa del terrorista, né del terrorismo: un fenomeno – inteso come fenomeno umano, piuttosto che strettamente politico – che è oggetto di svariate analisi che, a seconda dei casi pongono l’attenzione sull’aspetto soggettivo o oggettivo, sul contesto o sulla situazione contingente, su una certa derivazione sociale o su una certa funzione strategica. In genere si distingue tra cause di tipo ideologico, e indotte da qualche disegno più vasto, e cause spontanee, in altri termini tra un aspetto strumentale ed uno psico-espressivo che, come in genere per i fenomeni umani, caratterizzerebbero le azioni del terrorista.

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    Authors: Sajduk, Błażej;
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  • Authors: Erfan, A. H. (Abdul);

    The purpose of this study is to identify the influential geopolitical components of the crisis in Afghanistan and to seek solutions to reduce the crisis in this country. As influential geopolitical components are one of the most acute debates between powers and countries today, these components are a combination of fixed and variable elements and sometimes tend to change and are influenced by periods. Historically, regional, global, and global order structures are evolving and playing a decisive role in the destiny of nations. The nature of this research is theoretical and the research method used is (analytical-descriptive). Data collection is also a library and documents and has been analyzed qualitatively. The findings show that Afghanistan has a vibrant history for a variety of geopolitical reasons. The political-military importance of Afghanistan today, from the distant past in the history of the region, is quite evident and an important part of this importance can be found in its natural geography and political geography, especially geopolitical. The results of the research show that this country, on the one hand; is located at the junction of Asian geopolitical and geographical structures (including China, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Turkey, the Indian subcontinent, the Persian Gulf, and the Middle East in South Asia) and is influenced by other factors. Internal has a multidimensional role in intensifying and setting the stage for external factors in the crisis of this country.

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    Authors: Jelen, Igor; Erika Džajić Uršič,; Indeo, Fabio;

    The use of force in interstate relations: theory and evolutions in geo-political practice. – The use of force in relations between states and other players on the world stage: theory, practice and developments in political geography. Based on the experiences of the twentieth century (world wars, genocides, ideological-totalitarian degenerations, de-colonization processes), the geopolitical thought of late modernity, starting from the 1960s, essentially develops in a “critical” sense. Then it assumes, among its favorite themes, the discussion on the essence of power (whether or not it is intrinsically “bad”), of the state and of politics (if they inevitably have to rely on the use of force); then it starts the development of a method targeted to regulation and prevention of conflicts, based on a process of deconstruction of alleged “false” ideas of power, to prevent the effects of escalation that have led the whole of humanity to the risk of destruction and self-destruction. These needs are translated operationally into the search for the so-called “insider” factors, that is, those that, in a certain scenario, beyond an immanent and self-evident “casus belli”, cause effects of permanent and out of control conflict, to the point of making war an element that justifies itself (an end, rather than a means). Effects that confuse any causal chain, which make it difficult to identify links and motivations, and therefore the search for a solution, and with it the pacification of crisis scenarios (which in fact tend to perpetuate themselves in areas of “endemic” conflictuality. All this proceeding on the basis of a neo-Enlightenment (possibly neo-liberal) assumption, which almost deterministically assumes the affirmation of an open society, refractory to violence, and the assimilation of “evil” to the mechanisms of democratization, to open market and capitalist prosperity. All this in a context of multilateral policy development, the establishment of international organizations, and the consolidation of a trans-national geo-economic apparatus, of civil society as an “answer to war”, with the aim of progressively limiting, up to cancel the same occasions of conflict; and this to the point that an idea of war as something obsolete spreads (perhaps in an illusory way). The latest events, however, and recent developments, seem to contradict this trend, re-proposing themes and tensions that geographic-political theory seemed to have abandoned for some time. A fact made even more evident by the current invasion of Ukraine, which leaves you dismayed, like aggression to troglodytic times, when the invasion did not need to have a justification; it seems to cause deliberate violence and destruction on a large scale, so much so as to question the entire “critical” paradigm. Putin 24th February discourse deliberately denies the right of Ukraine to survive as a national human community. Evolutions that make it necessary to rethink the practices of limitation and regulation, of the intervention and prevention devices of war, and of the same method of study of the scenarios; perhaps a return to models that, just until a few months ago, were considered outdated.

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    Authors: Lee, Jin-Soo; Chi, Sang-Hyun;

    The official development assistance (ODA) accompanies an interstate financial transaction, such as trade, foreign direct investment, and money transfer. ODA policy has designated several purposes. Among them, political purposes have been considered to be the key factors in the regional distribution of foreign aid. If we agree the traditional approach that recognizes ODA as a ‘political one’, the practice of ODA can be a kind of state geopolitics. This study investigates the construction and characteristics of geopolitical discourses. More specifically, this study pays special attention to the ‘practical geopolitics’ that is crucial to the policy-making. By analyzing the minutes of the National Assembly Standing Committee, four geopolitical discourses were identified: ‘practicing humanities as a developed country’, ‘providing a role model to developing countries’, ‘developing new foreign markets’ and ‘coping with global geopolitics’. These geopolitical discourses have been constructed through the process of justifying the ODA policy to the domestic and international audiences. Constructing discourses on ODA shows the representation of a dichotomous and typical image of developed/developing.

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  • Authors: Kislitsyn, Sergey A.;

    The history of the formation of applied geopolitics is analyzed, which, unlike the classical one, uses a num-ber of more specific concepts: “national mentality”, “electoral geography”, “local civilizations”. It is stated that in pre-revolutionary Russia, the meaning of applied geopolitics was not in leaving the classical geopoli-tics, which was practically not developed, but in fixing topical problems of an ethno-territorial nature. Bolshevik leaders, being in emigration and later becoming the head of the USSR, in fact proposed an ideo-logical (Marxist) version of applied geopolitics. The program of the Comintern put forward a geopolitical course for the world revolution, which was realized mainly in Asia, primarily in China. After the Great October Revolution of 1917, the “old” Russian geopolitics “emigrated” abroad and developed in the direction of Eur-asian studies until the Second World War. Stalin's model of geopolitics in the middle of the twentieth century became the focus of two traditional Russian geopolitical concepts: imperial and Pan-Slavic. It is shown that at all stages of Soviet history the theory and practice of Soviet applied geopolitics objectively corresponded with Eurasian ideas. The objective position of the USSR as a “hartland” determined the mainstream, which was objectively implemented by the USSR - the “state-continent”, a state that was in essence Russian Eurasian civi-lization.The leaders of the dissident movement clearly documented the ideological version of the applied geo-politics of the USSR. Conclusion: after the collapse of de-ideologized applied geopolitics during the period of “perestroika” it became clear that there is a deeper geopolitical confrontation between the two types of civilizations, which is stronger than the ideological opposition between capitalism and socialism. In connection with the Ukrainian and Crimean crises of 2014, applied geopolitics received a new powerful impetus for development.

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    Authors: Pontes, Beatriz Maria Soares;

    This study analize about the following points: the Critical Geopolitcs and how that has been seeing in post modernity world. It stands out that, Asian Geopolitics with emphases to their contemporary estrategic partners, as well to the China Popular Republic also having focus in own estratregic partnerships and the China's ransom, in 19th Century, and the changes that happened in 20th Century, will have the advantage to explain to the contemporary China. This artcile hás been reflecting about the national security from China as the national military objectives too. The study finally point that, today, the China Popular Republic is the second bigger mudial potency.

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    Authors: Fischer, Severin;

    Technological change has a tremendous impact on societies in general, including international politics. This chapter discusses the most important recent and upcoming technological advancements in energy – horizontal drilling with hydraulic fracturing, photovoltaics, and batteries – and their possible influence on geopolitical dynamics. For different reasons, China and the US will have the biggest impact on the way we will discuss the geopolitics of energy in the future. Strategic Trends 2018 Strategic Trends ISSN:1664-0667

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  • Методические рекомендации предназначены для обеспечения необходимой учебно-методической информацией студентов всех специальностей дневной и заочной форм обучения при изучении модуля «Геополитика» (в рамках учебной дисциплины «Политология») и специального учебного модуля «Геополитика». Методические рекомендации содержат общую характеристику проблемы, краткое изложение программного содержания, темы докладов и сообщений, список рекомендуемой литературы и других информационных источников, ключевые понятия по теме, контрольные вопросы и задания для самоконтроля. Второе, дополненное издание методических рекомендаций переработано в связи с введением в учебные программы подготовки студентов специального учебного модуля «Геополитика» в качестве самостоятельной учебной дисциплины и в соответствии с Рабочей программой курса «Геополитика» и Рабочей учебной программой по дисциплине «Политология», для студентов дневной и заочной форм обучения, на основе Типовой учебной программы «Политология» для высших учебных заведений, утвержденной Министерством образования Республики Беларусь 15 апреля 2008 г., регистрационный № тд-сг.011/тип. Danilov, Yuri Dmitrievich Methodological recommendations for studying the course of geopolitics: for students of all specialties of full-time and part-time forms of study

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    Authors: Voloshenko, K. Yu.; Vorozheina, Yana; Klemeshev, Andrei P.; Komleva, Natalia A.; +3 Authors

    This paper summarizes the results of the seminar "Geopolitical Security of Russia: Remarks on the Problem Statement", held on August 26, 2022, at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad. During the seminar, the Institute of Geopolitical and Regional Studies of the university announced an initiative to devise a system of monitoring the geopolitical (regional) security of Russia. The debate centred around the development of a conceptual framework and a geopolitical security model as a prerequisite for the system. The discussion also covered other relevant issues, including the definition of geopolitical security and geopolitical space as well as the types of geopolitical threats and vulnerabilities. Another topic on the agenda was the analysis of theoretical approaches applicable to monitoring the geopolitical security in Russia. A constructivist approach based on discursive practices was viewed as the most promising for tracking changes in geopolitical threats. In this work, the emphasis should be placed on regional issues, i. e. the situation in particular regions. Other promising avenues for further research are the operationalization of relevant concepts and the development of a set of indicators of geopolitical threats and vulnerabilities, which Russia has already faced and may face in the future.

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    Non esiste una teoria precisa del terrorista, né del terrorismo: un fenomeno – inteso come fenomeno umano, piuttosto che strettamente politico – che è oggetto di svariate analisi che, a seconda dei casi pongono l’attenzione sull’aspetto soggettivo o oggettivo, sul contesto o sulla situazione contingente, su una certa derivazione sociale o su una certa funzione strategica. In genere si distingue tra cause di tipo ideologico, e indotte da qualche disegno più vasto, e cause spontanee, in altri termini tra un aspetto strumentale ed uno psico-espressivo che, come in genere per i fenomeni umani, caratterizzerebbero le azioni del terrorista.

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  • Authors: Erfan, A. H. (Abdul);

    The purpose of this study is to identify the influential geopolitical components of the crisis in Afghanistan and to seek solutions to reduce the crisis in this country. As influential geopolitical components are one of the most acute debates between powers and countries today, these components are a combination of fixed and variable elements and sometimes tend to change and are influenced by periods. Historically, regional, global, and global order structures are evolving and playing a decisive role in the destiny of nations. The nature of this research is theoretical and the research method used is (analytical-descriptive). Data collection is also a library and documents and has been analyzed qualitatively. The findings show that Afghanistan has a vibrant history for a variety of geopolitical reasons. The political-military importance of Afghanistan today, from the distant past in the history of the region, is quite evident and an important part of this importance can be found in its natural geography and political geography, especially geopolitical. The results of the research show that this country, on the one hand; is located at the junction of Asian geopolitical and geographical structures (including China, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Turkey, the Indian subcontinent, the Persian Gulf, and the Middle East in South Asia) and is influenced by other factors. Internal has a multidimensional role in intensifying and setting the stage for external factors in the crisis of this country.

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    Authors: Jelen, Igor; Erika Džajić Uršič,; Indeo, Fabio;

    The use of force in interstate relations: theory and evolutions in geo-political practice. – The use of force in relations between states and other players on the world stage: theory, practice and developments in political geography. Based on the experiences of the twentieth century (world wars, genocides, ideological-totalitarian degenerations, de-colonization processes), the geopolitical thought of late modernity, starting from the 1960s, essentially develops in a “critical” sense. Then it assumes, among its favorite themes, the discussion on the essence of power (whether or not it is intrinsically “bad”), of the state and of politics (if they inevitably have to rely on the use of force); then it starts the development of a method targeted to regulation and prevention of conflicts, based on a process of deconstruction of alleged “false” ideas of power, to prevent the effects of escalation that have led the whole of humanity to the risk of destruction and self-destruction. These needs are translated operationally into the search for the so-called “insider” factors, that is, those that, in a certain scenario, beyond an immanent and self-evident “casus belli”, cause effects of permanent and out of control conflict, to the point of making war an element that justifies itself (an end, rather than a means). Effects that confuse any causal chain, which make it difficult to identify links and motivations, and therefore the search for a solution, and with it the pacification of crisis scenarios (which in fact tend to perpetuate themselves in areas of “endemic” conflictuality. All this proceeding on the basis of a neo-Enlightenment (possibly neo-liberal) assumption, which almost deterministically assumes the affirmation of an open society, refractory to violence, and the assimilation of “evil” to the mechanisms of democratization, to open market and capitalist prosperity. All this in a context of multilateral policy development, the establishment of international organizations, and the consolidation of a trans-national geo-economic apparatus, of civil society as an “answer to war”, with the aim of progressively limiting, up to cancel the same occasions of conflict; and this to the point that an idea of war as something obsolete spreads (perhaps in an illusory way). The latest events, however, and recent developments, seem to contradict this trend, re-proposing themes and tensions that geographic-political theory seemed to have abandoned for some time. A fact made even more evident by the current invasion of Ukraine, which leaves you dismayed, like aggression to troglodytic times, when the invasion did not need to have a justification; it seems to cause deliberate violence and destruction on a large scale, so much so as to question the entire “critical” paradigm. Putin 24th February discourse deliberately denies the right of Ukraine to survive as a national human community. Evolutions that make it necessary to rethink the practices of limitation and regulation, of the intervention and prevention devices of war, and of the same method of study of the scenarios; perhaps a return to models that, just until a few months ago, were considered outdated.

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    Authors: Lee, Jin-Soo; Chi, Sang-Hyun;

    The official development assistance (ODA) accompanies an interstate financial transaction, such as trade, foreign direct investment, and money transfer. ODA policy has designated several purposes. Among them, political purposes have been considered to be the key factors in the regional distribution of foreign aid. If we agree the traditional approach that recognizes ODA as a ‘political one’, the practice of ODA can be a kind of state geopolitics. This study investigates the construction and characteristics of geopolitical discourses. More specifically, this study pays special attention to the ‘practical geopolitics’ that is crucial to the policy-making. By analyzing the minutes of the National Assembly Standing Committee, four geopolitical discourses were identified: ‘practicing humanities as a developed country’, ‘providing a role model to developing countries’, ‘developing new foreign markets’ and ‘coping with global geopolitics’. These geopolitical discourses have been constructed through the process of justifying the ODA policy to the domestic and international audiences. Constructing discourses on ODA shows the representation of a dichotomous and typical image of developed/developing.

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  • Authors: Kislitsyn, Sergey A.;

    The history of the formation of applied geopolitics is analyzed, which, unlike the classical one, uses a num-ber of more specific concepts: “national mentality”, “electoral geography”, “local civilizations”. It is stated that in pre-revolutionary Russia, the meaning of applied geopolitics was not in leaving the classical geopoli-tics, which was practically not developed, but in fixing topical problems of an ethno-territorial nature. Bolshevik leaders, being in emigration and later becoming the head of the USSR, in fact proposed an ideo-logical (Marxist) version of applied geopolitics. The program of the Comintern put forward a geopolitical course for the world revolution, which was realized mainly in Asia, primarily in China. After the Great October Revolution of 1917, the “old” Russian geopolitics “emigrated” abroad and developed in the direction of Eur-asian studies until the Second World War. Stalin's model of geopolitics in the middle of the twentieth century became the focus of two traditional Russian geopolitical concepts: imperial and Pan-Slavic. It is shown that at all stages of Soviet history the theory and practice of Soviet applied geopolitics objectively corresponded with Eurasian ideas. The objective position of the USSR as a “hartland” determined the mainstream, which was objectively implemented by the USSR - the “state-continent”, a state that was in essence Russian Eurasian civi-lization.The leaders of the dissident movement clearly documented the ideological version of the applied geo-politics of the USSR. Conclusion: after the collapse of de-ideologized applied geopolitics during the period of “perestroika” it became clear that there is a deeper geopolitical confrontation between the two types of civilizations, which is stronger than the ideological opposition between capitalism and socialism. In connection with the Ukrainian and Crimean crises of 2014, applied geopolitics received a new powerful impetus for development.

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