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In this presentation we apply Geopolitics as the study of 'world power distribution'; factoring Geostrategy, Geoeconomics and Geotechnology to analyse international developments. (INTERMEDIATE) For introduction to Geopolitics see: 🤍 To dig deeper into models of analysis: 🤍 Introduction to Geopolitics (Basic), definition and concepts: 🤍 The Concept of Space (Intermediate): 🤍 Research Fund: 🤍
In this presentation we explain the meaning of geostrategy, and develop a model for conducting geostrategic analysis. Highly Recommend 'Geopolitics: a brief introduction' 🤍 - for definition and meaning of geopolitics, including introduction to geopolitical analysis. Research Fund: 🤍 Image Sources: Wikipedia Commons.
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Video 1 on CaspianReport's channel: 🤍 Part 3/5 in a re-examination of the strategies used in the 2nd Peloponnesian War. This video focuses on the reasons for Athens' changed attitude under Cleon, its contribution to Athens' ascendancy, and how Sparta managed to eke out a white peace despite all that. All errors are my own - especially the non-systematic pronunciation! FACEBOOK (inc. post-video thoughts): 🤍 SOURCES: Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War [Bks 3, 4, 5] 🤍 Kagan D. The Archidamian War. Cornell, 1990. Hanson V. A War Like No Other. Random House, 2006. Henderson B. The Great War Between Athens and Sparta. Hauraki, 2015 Lazenby J. The Peloponnesian War: A Military Study. Routledge, 2007 Rusch S. Sparta at War. Frontline, 2011 Sears M. Understanding Greek Warfare. Routledge, 2019 ATTRIBUTIONS: Google Maps for the maps and the placement of the towns. Locations corroborated with Wikipedia (i.e. Corinth today is not where ancient Corinth was). Roads follow the route of modern highways, but they seem to match ancient routes well enough. 🤍 for the approx. borders Made using Powerpoint 2013, Audacity, WavePad and VideoPad.
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Az Energetikai Szakkollégium és a BME Nukleáris Technikai Intézet közös szervezésű workshopján Bertrand Barré előadását hallhattuk "Geostrategy of Energy" címmel, őt követte Tihanyi Zoltán (MAVIR) előadása "Challenges of the European Electicity Markets" címmel. A videót az Energetikai Szakkollégium Egyesület megbízásából a 🤍campusonline.hu kiadója, a P Műhely Egyesület készítette. 🤍pmuhely.hu (2013)
Yahia H. Zoubir, Professor of International Relations and International Management, and Director of Research in Geopolitics at KEDGE, introduces the KEDGE Grande Ecole Programme " International and Geostrategy's track ". Changes to the balance of power on the international scene create multiple geostrategic risks. These new issues influence companies' strategies, both on a local and international level. This path is designed to train students who want an international career with a strong geostrategic, economic and cultural dimension. Parcours International Business & Geostrategy : Yahia H. Zoubir, professeur de relations internationales et de management international, et directeur de recherche en géopolitique à KEDGE présente le parcours " International Business et Geostrategy " du PGE de KEDGE. Les évolutions des rapports de force sur la scène internationale, génèrent de multiples risques géostratégiques. Ces nouveaux enjeux influent sur les stratégies des entreprises, locales ou internationales. Ce parcours est conçu pour former des étudiants souhaitant une carrière internationale, à forte dimension géostratégique, économique et culturelle.
A promotional video to explain the purpose and focus of the Council on Geostrategy, a new British think tank dedicated to making the United Kingdom, as well as other free and open nations, more united, stronger and greener!
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Video 1 on CaspianReport's channel: 🤍 . Subscribe to him! Part 2/5 in a re-examination of the strategies used in the 2nd Peloponnesian War. This video focuses on the duelling opening strategies between Athens (Pericles) and King Archidamus (Sparta), and how they were influenced by Ancient Greece's 'conventional strategy' as well as political-historical circumstances. FACEBOOK (inc. post-video thoughts): 🤍 I also swear that I have the remaining 3 scripts finished already! All errors are my own. SOURCES: Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War [Bks 1 + 2] 🤍 Kagan D. The Archidamian War. Cornell, 1990. Hanson V. A War Like No Other. Random House, 2006. Henderson B. The Great War Between Athens and Sparta. Hauraki, 2015 Lazenby J. The Peloponnesian War: A Military Study. Routledge, 2007 Rusch S. Sparta at War. Frontline, 2011 Sears M. Understanding Greek Warfare. Routledge, 2019 de Wet B. "The So-Called Defensive Policy of Pericles", Acta Classica 12, 1969, pp.103-119. 🤍 ATTRIBUTIONS: Google Maps for the maps and the placement of the towns. Very helpful for reconstructing the 1st invasion of Attica. 🤍 for the Athenian/Spartan alliances as of 431 BC. 🤍 for the political entities within the Peloponnesian League Made using Powerpoint 2013, Audacity, WavePad and VideoPad.
Europe has key economic and security interests at stake in Central Asia, particularly in Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. What does China and Russia’s increasingly important partnerships with Central Asian countries mean for Europe’s interests in the region? Are American and European energy, security and geopolitical interests in the region aligned? Is there a case for Europe to step up its strategic dialogue with States such as India on security and energy? What happens in the post-2014 scenario in Afghanistan and how will this affect Europe’s presence in the region? Dr. Stephen J. Blank is an internationally known expert on Russia and the former Soviet Union, who comes to American Foreign Policy Council from the US Army War College where he spent the last 24 years, 1989-2013 as a Professor of National Security Studies at the Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA. Dr. Blank's expertise covers the entire Russian and post-Soviet region and has also written extensively on defense strategy, arms control, information warfare, energy issues, US foreign and defense policy, European, and Asian security. This was the ninth lecture of the IES Autumn Lecture Series 2014: "The Future of European Geostrategy" jointly organised by the Institute for European Studies-VUB and the Egmont – Royal Institute for International Relations. To tweet about this lecture use the following hashtag: #EFSP14.
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Video 1 on CaspianReport's channel: 🤍 FACEBOOK (inc. post-video thoughts): 🤍 Part 5/5 in a re-examination of the strategies used in the 2nd Peloponnesian War. This video focuses on how Greek/Athenian/Spartan politics affected their strategy throughout the Peloponnesian War. We look at Thucydides' own opinions regarding strategy, the impact of the Athenian democracy on the city's strategymaking, and how Spartan strategy went so awry between the Ionian and Corinthian Wars. All errors are my own - especially the pronunciation! "Thucydides" is probably common enough that I resorted to the English way of saying it. SOURCES: Thucydides, History of The Peloponnesian War 🤍 Xenophon, Hellenica 🤍 Plutarch, Parallel Lives [Lysander] 🤍 Kagan D. New History of the Peloponnesian War, Cornell University Press, 2013. Luginbill R. Thucydides on War and National Character, B&B, 2015 Lazenby J. The Spartan Army. Stackpole Books, 2012 Rusch S. Sparta at War. Frontline, 2011 Thorley J. Athenian Democracy, Routledge, 2012 Walling K. "Thucydides on Democratic Politics and Civil-Military Relations", in Strategic Logic and Political Rationality (Lee B.; Walling K eds.), Routledge, 2004 Hanson V. A War Like No Other. Random House, 2006. Henderson B. The Great War Between Athens and Sparta. Hauraki, 2015 ATTRIBUTIONS: Greece at the time of the PW 🤍 Greece at the opening of the Corinthian War: 🤍 Spartan Govt Structure: 🤍 Athenian Govt Structure: 🤍 Battle of Sybota: 🤍 Google Maps for the maps and the placement of the towns. Locations corroborated with Wikipedia (i.e. Corinth today is not where ancient Corinth was). Roads follow the route of modern highways, but they seem to match ancient routes well enough. Wikipedia for fact checking. Made using Powerpoint 2013, Audacity, WavePad and VideoPad.
Arturo Gonzalo, president of CECME and second vice president of Enerclub, IEEE General Director Miguel Ángel Ballesteros and Marta Camacho, general secretary of CECME, explain the origin and fundamental keys to understanding the publication of Energy and Geostrategy.
The World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh, Japan-American Society of Pennsylvania, and Carnegie Mellon University Department of Modern Languages were proud to host a Geostrategy in the Grassroots update on March 23. This panel discussion, moderated by John Chin of the Carnegie Mellon University Institute for Politics and Strategy, explored current geopolitical issues in East Asia. Experts Ken Jimbo of Keio University and Zack Cooper of the American Enterprise Institute provided insight on the American and Japanese views on strategic issues in Asia Pacific.
The Spanish Committee of the World Energy Council (CECME), the Spanish Energy Club (ENERCLUB) and the Spanish Institute for Strategic Studies (IEEE) presented the nineth edition of the publication "Energy and Geostrategy" presencially and in streaming, with Repsol as main sponsor, and Cepsa. The event counted on the interventions of Antonio Brufau, President of Repsol; Iñigo Díaz de Espada, Chairman of CECME; María Victoria Zingoni, Chairman of Enerclub; and Juan Francisco Martínez, Admiral and Secretary General for Defense Policy, Ministry of Defense. The authors of the study and its coordinator, the former Spanish Minister of Industry, Claudio Aranzadi, analysed the topics addressed in this 2022 edition, whose structure is as follow: - Interview to Angela Wilkinson, Secretary General, WEC - Oceans and choke points, opportunities and risks for global maritime trade - Emissions markets and international trade - Cybersecurity, geopolitics and energy - CO2 capture. An indispensable pillar for the decarbonization The event included also a discussion on the main issues of Geopolitics in the world with the participation of Francisco José Dacoba, Brigadier General and Director of the IEEE, and Víctor Baz, Deputy Director of International Relations of Repsol. Publication available: 🤍
1. Geopolitics 2. Geostrategy 3. Mckinder’s Heartland Theory 4. Spykman’s Rimland Theory
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This program addressed the role of China on U.S.-Japan relations and the Russia-Ukraine War. Speakers included Eric Heginbotham of MIT, Shinji Yamaguchi of the National Institute for Defense Studies, and moderator Hiroki Takeuchi of SMU. Sponsored by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation and the National Association of Japan-America Societies. This video is an abbreviated version of the full event, which was presented in a hybrid format.
Video 1 on CaspianReport's channel: 🤍 Part 4/5 in a re-examination of the strategies used in the 2nd Peloponnesian War. This video focuses on the strategies in the final 15 years of the war: Athens' culminating gambit at Mantinea, the reasons for the Sicilian Expedition, and Sparta's ultimately-successful effort to destroy the Athenian Empire. All errors are my own - especially the pronunciation! FACEBOOK (inc. post-video thoughts): 🤍 SOURCES: Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War [Bks 5, 6, 7, 8] 🤍 Xenophon, Hellenica [Bks 1, 2] 🤍 Kagan D. The Peace of Nicias and the Sicilian Expedition. Cornell, 2013 Kagan D. The Fall of the Athenian Empire. Cornell, 2013. Hanson V. A War Like No Other. Random House, 2006. Henderson B. The Great War Between Athens and Sparta. Hauraki, 2015 Lazenby J. The Peloponnesian War: A Military Study. Routledge, 2007 Rusch S. Sparta at War. Frontline, 2011 Sears M. Understanding Greek Warfare. Routledge, 2019 ATTRIBUTIONS: Google Maps for the maps and the placement of the towns. Locations corroborated with Wikipedia (i.e. Corinth today is not where ancient Corinth was). Roads follow the route of modern highways, but they seem to match ancient routes well enough. Sicily at the time of the Expedition: 🤍 Siege of Syracuse: 🤍 Greece at the time of the PW: 🤍 Made using Powerpoint 2013, Audacity, WavePad and VideoPad.
The event included also a discussion on the main issues of Geopolitics in the world with the participation of Francisco José Dacoba, Brigadier General and Director of the IEEE, and Víctor Baz, Deputy Director of International Relations of Repsol. Publication available: 🤍
In this episode of the NextWave #PrivateEquity Podcast, Jon Shames, Senior Partner and Leader of the EY Geostrategic Business Group, joins Winna Brown to explore why PE must embed geostrategy in both deal lifecycle and organizational culture to recognize unique opportunities and drive investment decisions. Visit 🤍 to read our latest private equity perspectives. The geopolitical landscape is shaped by four disruptive forces: globalization, technology, demographics and the environment. Private equity firms need geostrategy to manage a shifting political environment with the objective of finding opportunity amid geopolitical risk. It is necessary to develop a culture in which these considerations are explored, resourced and incorporated into all steps of deal flow, ESG and LP relationships. A geostrategy is a powerful way for private equity firms to differentiate themselves and win in the market. Some #PE funds have a more sophisticated and proactive approach to geostrategy while others are more reactive and ad-hoc: whatever the chosen approach, there is ample room for PE to further embed geostrategy into investment committee decisions. #Geopolitics shouldn’t just be about risk and worrying about the downside: it should be about driving the investment strategy from a proactive, informed perspective that yields unique opportunities that may not have otherwise been considered. It’s also about making sure a deal makes sense given the complexity of risk in the current geopolitical and broader ESG environment. A successful geostrategic framework should follow: • Scan: establish and maintain the ability to identify, monitor and assess political risk. • Focus: evaluate the impact on key performance indicators, mapping the political environment to the company footprint. • Act: develop a portfolio of robust geopolitical risk management instruments and build a growth-oriented geostrategy. Five key geostrategic practices PE executives can adopt: • Political risk is here to stay and is increasingly more complex. • Firms need to refine their philosophical and organizational perspective. • PE firms must embed geostrategy into every stage of the deal lifecycle from origination to exit. • Consider developing a geostrategic center of excellence (COE) that empowers executives to move beyond risk identification to opportunity assessment. • Geostrategy is more than a “check the box” compliance exercise: it should be integral to a firm’s investment decision process, incorporated into ESG and culturally valued. For your convenience, full text transcript of this podcast is also available here: 🤍
The Geostrategy of Energy Transition: Emerging Frontiers for New Conflicts • Dr. Hani Findakly, Vice Chairman, Clinton Group, New York. • Dr. Mamdouh G. Salameh, International Oil Economist and Visiting Professor of Energy Economics at ESCP Europe Business School, London. • Dr. Anas F. Alhajji, Managing Partner, Energy Outlook Advisors, Texas, and Editorial Advisor, Attaqa. • Mehmet Öğütçü, Chairman, Global Resources Partnership, UK, The London Energy Club. • Dr. Walid Khadduri, Energy Expert and Columnist Al-Sharq Al-Awsat. Moderator: Jaafar Al-Taei, Managing Director, Manar Energy Group, UAE.
Geostrategy in the European AOR: SOF Role in Resistance and Resilience in Europe with MCPO Peter Musselman. Day 2, 9 December 2021. Opinions in this forum are those of the presenters and may not necessarily be the views of U.S. Government, Department of Defense, United States Special Operations Command, and the Joint Special Operations University.
The authors of the study and its coordinator, the former Spanish Minister of Industry, Claudio Aranzadi, analysed the topics addressed in this 2022 edition, whose structure is as follow: - Interview to Angela Wilkinson, Secretary General, WEC - Oceans and choke points, opportunities and risks for global maritime trade - Emissions markets and international trade - Cybersecurity, geopolitics and energy - CO2 capture. An indispensable pillar for the decarbonization Publication available: 🤍
The event counted on the interventions of Antonio Brufau, President of Repsol; Iñigo Díaz de Espada, Chairman of CECME; María Victoria Zingoni, Chairman of Enerclub; and Juan Francisco Martínez, Admiral and Secretary General for Defense Policy, Ministry of Defense.
"Baku Dialogues" is a series of events featuring leading world personalities who will address subjects of current international interest by presenting their views and participating in discussion of these subjects with interested Azerbaijani and international figures. These presentations and discussions will be recorded in the forthcoming "Baku Dialogues" quarterly, ADA's new journal of record for academic research conducted under the auspices of the university.
Summary of the Energy and Geostrategy 2019 event on May 23 in Madrid.
- Panel: RULE OF LAW, THE NEW NATIONAL SECURITY GEOSTRATEGY & LEGAL CERTAINTY The Pandemic’s Influence on National Security Policies. New Global Geostrategies Resulting from Covid. 19 Panel held during the #WorldLawCongress Colombia 2021, on December 2, 2021. CHAIR María Dolores Cospedal, Spain. Minister of Defense (2016-2018). Partner of CMS Albiñana & Súarez de Lezo. PANELISTS - Manuel Valls, France. Prime Minister of France (2014-2016) - Itamar Rabinovich, Israel. Ambassador of Israel to the United States (1993-1996) - Giampaolo Di Paola, Italy. Ministry of Defence (2011-2013) - Ali Sabry, Sri Lanka. Ministry of Justice - Ernesto Carrasco, Colombia. Managing Director J.S. Held LLC - Leon Edward Panetta, USA. United States Secretary of Defense (2011 – 2013) Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (2009 – 2011) More information: 🤍 #WorldJurisAssociation #RuleOfLaw #EstadoDeDerecho
This presentation introduces the meaning/definition of Geopolitics. New E-book ‘Introduction to Geopolitics: Definition and Models of Analysis: Geopoliticus guide to Geopolitics in the 21st century (Geopoliticus Modules Book 1)’ available on Amazon for FREE READING with Kindle Unlimited. Link to E-book at Amazon - 🤍 Amazon India - 🤍 (Or, go to your country store and search ‘Introduction to Geopolitics: Definition and Models of Analysis). This is first of a series of Geopoliticus Course Materials. Please follow the channel and our Facebook page for updates. CONTENTS: The Importance of Geopolitics in the 21st Century - 4 A functional definition of Geopolitics - 6 How Geopolitics Works - 11 The Post Word War II transition in the International System - 16 Models of Geopolitical Analysis - 28 Case Study: the USA-China Trade War, a new Cold War? - 36 Paul Kennedy’s idea of ‘lag time’ in Rise and Fall of Great Powers - 50 Geopolitics of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation - 52 The ‘lag time’ in US-China Relations - 55 The Nature of Geopolitics in the 21st Century - 60 This Introductory Module is first in the series of Geopoliticus supplementary course material. Research Fund: 🤍 See also: Geopolitics: Models of Analysis 🤍 Geoeconomics: A Brief Introduction 🤍 Realism in International Relations 🤍 Geopolitics: What is Geostrategy 🤍 How Geography and Geopolitics Relate 🤍 Data Source: Google Trends. Image Source: Wikimedia Commons.
In this lecture, we will understand Geostrategy, the International system, Pakistan and the Third world. We have referred to Hasan Askari Rizvi's book Pakistan and the geostrategic environment.
Manfred Grautoff, Ceo de Geostrategy Defense y Economy
Skip the waitlist and invest in blue-chip art for the very first time by signing up for Masterworks: 🤍 Purchase shares in great masterpieces from artists like Pablo Picasso, Banksy, Andy Warhol, and more. See important Masterworks disclosures: 🤍 France's policy in the Central European area in recent times has often been conducted over the heads of the countries in the region. However, this has not always been the case. Welcome to the next episode of The 20s Report. About the author: Daniel Nicolas Foubert, who comes from a four-generation Franco-Polish family, is the founder of the Warsaw-based international business consulting firm Excalibur Insight. He works to develop political and economic ties between France and Central Europe. He started as a Business Developer for Europe in the French fintech Lemon Way, and then worked as a Merger & Acquisition Analyst for the French multinational companies Suez and Mazars, where he participated in the due diligence carried out by Accor during the sale of its stake in the Polish hotel management company Orbis for €1.06bn. He holds a Master's degree in Finance from Neoma Business School as well as a Master's degree in International Relations and a Bachelor's degree in History from Paris-Sorbonne University. Excalibur Insight: 🤍 📌 Support GTBT on Patreon! 🤍 ➡️ Paypal: paypal.me/GoodTimesBadTimes 00:00 Intro 02:15 De Gaulle's Prophecy 09:37 Counterweighting the United States 13:49 Dictatorship vs democracy 15:22 Bad scenario and worse 18:59 Giant on feet of clay 20:41 Russkiy Mir dies, Intermarium arises 22:47 Fresh blood in Europe 24:20 Outro Research & analysis: Daniel Nicholas Foubert Video production: Łukasz Szypulski Voiceover: Hubert Walas Script Edit: Michael Dzurak Business inquiries: goodtbt.walas🤍gmail.com Channel Angels: Santa Barbra Chocolate: 🤍 Mr Probot: 🤍 Sebastian James [Humanistic Psychoteraphy]: 🤍 🗺️ Maps: 🤍 🐦Twitter - 🤍 📘 Facebook - 🤍