Volume 28 (2022)
Volume 27 (2021)
Volume 26 (2020)
Volume 25 (2019)
Volume 24 (2018)
Volume 23 (2017)
Volume 22 (2016)
Volume 21 (2015)
Volume 20 (2014)
Volume 19 (2013)
Volume 18 (2013)
Volume 17 (2012)
Volume 16 (2011)
Volume 15 (2010)
Volume 14 (2009)
The Concept of Strategic Depth and Relations between the Zionist Regime and the Republic of Azerbaijan
The Concept of Strategic Depth and Relations between the Zionist Regime and the Republic of Azerbaijan

ehsan jafari far; Ali Bagheri Dolat Abadi

Volume 29, Issue 123 , December 2024, Pages 3-30

Abstract
  Among the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus, the Republic of Azerbaijan has special importance for Israel due to its geographical location and being on the west and east routes. ...  Read More
Karabakh conflict  and Iran and Turkiyeh strategies
Karabakh conflict and Iran and Turkiyeh strategies

hamid dorj

Volume 29, Issue 123 , December 2024, Pages 31-66

Abstract
  The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is one of the longest international crises officially started on February 20, 1988. As an important and influential actor in the geopolitical region of ...  Read More
The Zero-Sum Game in South Caucasus; Emphasizing the Karabakh War 2020
The Zero-Sum Game in South Caucasus; Emphasizing the Karabakh War 2020

Mahdi Feizollahi; Hosein Pourahmadi Meibodi

Volume 29, Issue 123 , December 2024, Pages 67-92

Abstract
  The Karabakh crisis remained in a state of neither war nor peace for tens of years, but with the Second Karabakh War, it came out of the state of "frozen conflict" and the South Caucasus, ...  Read More
The 2020 Azerbaijan-Armenia War and Nagorno-Karabakh Frozen Conflict
The 2020 Azerbaijan-Armenia War and Nagorno-Karabakh Frozen Conflict

Ali Basiriniya; Amin Sabaghzade

Volume 29, Issue 123 , December 2024, Pages 93-112

Abstract
  Following the outbreak of renewed conflicts between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh in late 2020, a trilateral agreement mediated by Russia was signed. This led to the ...  Read More
Ukraine crisis and change of priorities in Biden's foreign policy
Ukraine crisis and change of priorities in Biden's foreign policy

Hossein karimifard

Volume 29, Issue 123 , December 2024, Pages 113-138

Abstract
  American pragmatists consider the realist and liberal tradition in international relations to be inefficient and believe that most of the successes of American foreign policy have been ...  Read More
China's Economic Diplomacy in the Caspian Region (2011- 2021)
China's Economic Diplomacy in the Caspian Region (2011- 2021)

Mohammadhosein Arefidoust Masouleh; Mohammad Ahmadi

Volume 29, Issue 123 , December 2024, Pages 139-168

Abstract
  The Caspian region's strategic investment potential, energy reserves, and geo-economic significance have garnered attention from both regional and global powers. Among these, China, ...  Read More
ISIL Terrorist Cells’ Network in Central Asia
ISIL Terrorist Cells’ Network in Central Asia

Mohammad Reza Dehshiri; Shahin Jozani Kohan

Volume 21, Issue 92 , October 2016, , Pages 29-63

Abstract
  Central Asia constitutes an area of interest for ISIL in order to create a Transnational Advocacy Network of terrorist cells with the aim to undertake terrorist actions in the battleground ...  Read More
Geopolitics of American and Chinese Silk Road Narratives in Central Asia
Geopolitics of American and Chinese Silk Road Narratives in Central Asia

Mandana Tishehyar; Mojtaba Touiserkani

Volume 23, Issue 99 , January 2018, , Pages 1-25

Abstract
  Some international actors have sought to revive and benefit from the symbolic power of the term “Silk Road” in recent years. China launched the "One Belt One Road" initiative ...  Read More
Belt – Road Initiative: Fortifier of Heartland Theory
Belt – Road Initiative: Fortifier of Heartland Theory

Enayatollah Yazdani; Ali Omidi; Parisa ShahMohammadi

Volume 22, Issue 96 , February 2017, , Pages 163-188

Abstract
  Eurasia which is called as the heart of world politics in Heartland Theory is facing such wide and diverse developments in the light of Belt – Road Initiative that would add to ...  Read More
Russia – India – China Triangle and the Possibility of a Cooperation Network
Russia – India – China Triangle and the Possibility of a Cooperation Network

Mohammdreza Jahangiri; Khosro Vafaei Sa´di

Volume 24, Issue 101 , July 2018, , Pages 117-148

Abstract
  The Russia – India – China Triangle is one of the first mechanisms that were used to encounter the US centered international order by the eastern powers which brought along ...  Read More
New Spice Route: A Regional Rival for New Silk Road
New Spice Route: A Regional Rival for New Silk Road

Mojtaba Touioserkani

Volume 25, Issue 105 , May 2019, , Pages 1-38

Abstract
  Introducing of the Belt - Road Initiative, China is being considered as a prior actor pursuing regional ties and a connectivities between Asia and Europe. However, China's presence ...  Read More
International and regional peaceful efforts in the Nagorno-Karabakh crisis with emphasis on UN resolutions from the perspective of international law.
International and regional peaceful efforts in the Nagorno-Karabakh crisis with emphasis on UN resolutions from the perspective of international law.

Mohammad Hossein Movahedi Savoji; Seyed Hesamoddin Lesani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 17 January 2024

Abstract
  One of the most important crisis centers in the South Caucasus is the Nagorno-Karabakh region. The Nagorno-Karabakh crisis, as a fundamental challenge between the two countries of Azerbaijan ...  Read More
International challenges of establishing a national government in Afghanistan: with an emphasis on the role of regional powers
 and transregional (2001-2021)
International challenges of establishing a national government in Afghanistan: with an emphasis on the role of regional powers and transregional (2001-2021)

Mohammad Tamim Haidari; Reza Simbar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 January 2024

Abstract
  The purpose of this article is to examine the international challenges of establishing a national government in Afghanistan, which in the last two decades (2001-2021), under the influence ...  Read More
Factors influencing the formation and escalation of disputes caused by water sharing of border- rivers between the Islamic Republic of Iran and its neighbors; cast study: Iran-Afghanistan 1903-2023
Factors influencing the formation and escalation of disputes caused by water sharing of border- rivers between the Islamic Republic of Iran and its neighbors; cast study: Iran-Afghanistan 1903-2023

Hooshang Eimanpour Saeed; Reza Simbar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 31 January 2024

Abstract
  One of the consequences of global climate change is the water shortage crisis and the resulting disputes among the beneficiary governments. The criticality of the world's climatic ...  Read More
An Analysis of Chinese Development Assistance to Developing countries with Focus on Central Asian Countries
An Analysis of Chinese Development Assistance to Developing countries with Focus on Central Asian Countries

somayeh Mokhtari; Mehdi Fakheri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 31 January 2024

Abstract
  Central Asia is considerably important in China’s foreign policy because of geographical proximity. Ensuring regional security, combating terrorism and procuring part of energy ...  Read More
From Neo-Ottomanism to the Turkish Century: Türkiye's Attempt to Become an International Power
From Neo-Ottomanism to the Turkish Century: Türkiye's Attempt to Become an International Power

Mohammad Hadi Khanmohammadi; Arash Reisinezhad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 31 January 2024

Abstract
  Neo-Ottomanism was actually the title given to Türkiye's actions after the Arab Spring.This new foreign policy had both Islamic factors with support for Muslim Brotherhood ...  Read More
The impact of the Ukraine war on Central Asia: the rise of China or the strengthening of multilateralism
The impact of the Ukraine war on Central Asia: the rise of China or the strengthening of multilateralism

Maryam Hasheminejad Ashrafi; Amirmohamad Moghani; Kian Ebtekar; Shahab Alddin Shokri; Majid Raoufi; Abbas Maleki

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 February 2024

Abstract
  The Russia-Ukraine war in February 2022 caused changes in the international system and blackened the balance of power prospects, especially in a region like Central Asia where Russia ...  Read More
A new concept of buffer space in the international system (with emphasis on Eurasia)
A new concept of buffer space in the international system (with emphasis on Eurasia)

Rebaz Ghorbaninejad; Mohammad Reza Bahrami Taghanaki; Abdolreza Faraji Raad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 February 2024

Abstract
  The buffer space, how it is formed, the survival of this space and its role in regulating the power equation between different countries is one of the significant topics that entered ...  Read More
A Comparative Study of the Structure of Ardabil Carpet Design and Motif with Azerbaijan Carpet
A Comparative Study of the Structure of Ardabil Carpet Design and Motif with Azerbaijan Carpet

Iman Zakariaee Kermani; Shaqayeq Moradzadeh Hafshejani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 February 2024

Abstract
  The Ardabil region, from a cultural geographic perspective, is connected to one of the most important carpet-weaving regions in the world, including the Republic of Azerbaijan As a ...  Read More

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