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Geopolitics

The Khashoggi case, Mohammad...

Independent geopolitical analyst Roland Lombardi deciphers the developments around the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and its geopolitical consequences.

Israel/Russia: heading towards...

Despite the current “quarrel” between Moscow and Jerusalem, following the crash of the Il-20 and Kremlin’s ensuing decision to deliv...

Mediterranean: Beijing moves f...

A year ago, on July, nine Chinese warships entered the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal. After live-firing exercises off the Syrian coast and prot...

Turkey’s nefarious dominance g...

While the Syria-Russia-Iran axis started to pound Idlib, the last bastion of anti-Assad rebellion, Turkey is the country that has the most to lose. In...

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3 Questions to Emmanuel Razavi...

  The Head of editorial of GlobalGeoNews Emmanuel Razavi analyzes Qatar's current economic situation and its capabilities to host the...

France vs. Africa: is Kagamé...

In recent months from New York to New Delhi, Emmanuel Macron and Paul Kagamé have been meeting with heads of states at an increasing clip....

Syria: Idlib, winning the last...

With the start of the offensive on the city of Idlib, a massacre is a foregone conclusion… just like the inevitable attendant humanitarian cata...

Iraq, plunging into the abyss?

After three international military interventions led by the United States in 1991, 2003 and 2014 for different purposes, Iraq is left in shambles. Whi...

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5 Questions to Emmanuel Razavi...

Emmanuel Razavi, Head of editorial of GlobalGeoNews makes an assesment on Afghanistan, facing a cahotic situation 12/09/2018

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5 Questions to Alexandre Del V...

  The expert in geopolitics Alexandre Del Valle analyzes the Turkish President's strategy regarding NATO. 09/10/2018

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3 Questions to Alexandre Del V...

The expert in geopolitics Alexandre Del Valle answers our questions on the historic agreement on the Caspian Sea concluded on August 12 2018 between t...

The G5 Sahel Joint Force: Chad...

Following the June 29 attacks against the Joint Force of the G5 Sahel (Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, Chad) military heads, heads had to roll....

Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud: t...

While the situation in the Middle East sometimes resembles a game of poker, there was once a man who had all the cards in his hands: youth (he is 32-y...

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5 Questions to Viatcheslav Avi...

Viatcheslav Avioutskii, Doctor in Geopolitics specialized in the Russian area, answers to our questions on the situation of the terrorism in the...

What are the causes of the mig...

In the European political discourse, the migrant issue is presented as a "problem" that is to be solved. An arsenal of laws has been deploye...

Jordan's insatiable thirst thr...

Despite the presence of three rivers and over a dozen dams on its territory, Jordan is struggling to increase its water supply capacity. The country i...

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5 Questions to Alexandre Del V...

Expert Alexandre Del Valle analyses the geopolitical causes of water' scarcity in the Near and the Middle East. 07/23/2018

The progress of Turkish diplom...

100 billion dollars: the amount of trade that Erdoğan has said he wants to achieve by the year 2022 between Turkey and the African continent. In the e...

What is Suakin Island's strate...

Suakin, on the Sudanese banks of the Red Sea, is a highly-coveted town of just over 20,000. Only 300 kilometers from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia's main c...

Bachar al-Assad won in Daraa:...

  Jean-Pierre Perrin, former senior reporter at the french daily Libération, analyzes the new challenges that Bashar Al Assad face...