azer91Damjan Krnjević Mišković
(Former Senior Serbian and UN official, is Professor of Practice at ADA University; Director for Policy Research, Analysis, and Publications at its Institute for Development and Diplomacy; and Co-Editor of Baku Dialogues, the views expressed in this essay are his own)

Copyright @ https://bakudialogues.ada.edu.az/articles/on-some-conceptual-advantages-of-the-term-silk-road-region-12-07-2023 - (Baku Dialogues Journal) – Published at RIEAS (www.rieas.gr) on 29 July 2023.

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies

One part of the internal deliberations involving the re launch of Baku Dialogues that took place in the second and third quarters of 2020 focused on the journal’s subtitle; another revolved around the language of our Editorial Statement, which we published in the Fall 2020 edition that ended the publication’s hiatus. What substantively held together these two threads was the question of what to call the part of the world in which Azerbaijan is located….Read more  

adaphotoAlyona Pavlenko
(Journalist)

Copyright: https://en.trend.az/azerbaijan/politics/3743516.html
Publication date at RIEAS (www.rieas.gr) 7 May 2023

SHUSHA, Azerbaijan, May 3. Azerbaijan is an important partner for European countries today, Director at the Research Institute for European and American Studies, John Nomikos told Trend on the sidelines of the conference held in Shusha on the "Formation of the geopolitics of Greater Eurasia: from the past to the present and the future" topic, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Azerbaijan's national leader Heydar Aliyev.... Read more

afgin221Abhinandan Mishra
(A New Delhi based senior journalist, India)

Copyright: @ 2021 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 5 September 2021

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The swift takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban is a closed chapter now. How it happened and why it was not anticipated not just by U.S officials but officials of other countries including India, will be analyzed and taught as a lesson in the coming years to future and serving Intelligence officers and other workings in similar roles.... Read more

balance211Raagini Sharma
(RIEAS Senior Analyst)

Copyright: @ 2021 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 29 August 2021

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS)

1. Abstract

The world is confronting a risk of the power vacuum that may loom large on its canvas for a long time. The Vacuum is created in light of the fact that Europe and the USA are in a mode of gradual relative decay vis-a-vis the accelerated growth of the rising powers. The Rising powers are effectively testing western powers. Particularly China as an independent entity and BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) as an international group are presenting tough challenges to the Western powers. .. Read more

 

arseaRaagini Sharma
(RIEAS Senior Analyst)

Copyright: @ 2021 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 23 May 2021

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Introduction

By forging close trade, security, and defence cooperation relations with the majority of Middle Eastern countries, India's foreign policy has shifted from "Link West" to "Act West", resulting in action-oriented policy from mere linkage policy. Historically, over the centuries, India and Iran have had considerable shared cultural history. However, in the last few decades, the Indo-Iran relationship has witnessed several ups and downs. The relationship waned due to India's proximity to the erstwhile USSR and Iran's to the USA in the cold war era, Iran's support to Pakistan against India and India's support to Iraq in the Iran-Iraq war. However, post-Iran's 1979 revolution, the relationship strengthened because of the common stance adopted by both the nations in Afghanistan supporting the Northern Alliance and the anti-Taliban government of Ashraf Ghani. ... Read more

state924Raagini Sharma
(RIEAS Senior Analyst)

Copyright: @ 2021 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) – Published on 18 April 2021.

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS)

1. Abstract

Development is an all-encompassing process of a number of activities taken at sub-national, national and global levels to improve the quality of life and standard of living of people. For it to be perceived in an apt framework, one has to examine the progress, both qualitative and quantitative, on a time scale. Hence, the development relates itself to the generation living during that time period. The race to create more wealth and be more developed by harnessing nature has already caused intense strains on earth in form of depleting resources, high risks to lives and livelihood of present generation due to climate changes and a cause of grave concern to the future generations. Sustainable Development thus has become a buzz word replacing the concept of Development though it is in the overall domain of Development. Read more

 

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