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Welcome to Global Geopolitics - Global Political Economy Net

Global Geopolitics Net (GG Net) - Global Political Economy Net (GPE Net)

Global Geopolitics - Global Political Economy Net presents regularly updated analysis and information on major global issues such as the world economy, the environment, peace and war, human rights, globalization, economic development, and trade, as well as the internal politics of major countries and crisis areas. The site is an offshoot and expansion of the Eurasia Research Center web site which originally covered the Central Eurasian Region. Regional coverage has been expanded to include Africa, Latin America, the Greater Middle East, and East and Southeast Asia with additional focus on the global financial crisis and issues of national and world economic policy.

The site and network of related blogs are offered as a free public service which will allow scholars, journalists, and members of the informed public to exchange ideas and information on important issues facing the world of the 21st century. The site offers in depth articles and reports on global issues and specific countries or regions.


Read Daily Feature Articles with News and Analysis on Global Issues

Below is a selection of past feature articles published on Global Geopolitics Net.

To access a larger, more recent, and comprehensive collection of articles as well as recent news visit the Global Geopolitics & Political Economy section of this site network.


Selection of Global Geopolitics Net Feature Articles

Pakistan: South Asia's failing state
By Susenjit Guha

KHAN GATE - NEW COVER UP BID
By James Crickton

The Strategic Vulnerabilities of Oil Dependence
By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

THE SECOND RESURGENCE OF TALIBAN
By B. Raman

Muslims & The Pre-Election Political Scene
By B. Raman

DEVELOPMENT: U.S. Sliding By Nearly Every Measure
By Alison Raphael

ECONOMY: Little to Cheer on U.S. Independence Day
By By Abid Aslam

COLOMBIA: Betancourt Freed in Military Intelligence Operation
By Constanza Viera

LESSONS FROM INDIAN ECONOMY FOR NEPAL
By M. Rama Rao

Pak swindling act
By M. Rama Rao

OIL: Prices Won't Be Falling Anytime Soon
By Omid Memarian

FINANCE: Investment Curbs Seen Stifling World Economy
By Abid Aslam

POLITICS: Is Democracy Dangerous in Multi-ethnic Society?
Interview with Frances Stewart

Count down begins for Indian elections
By M. Rama Rao

TENSIONS ACROSS DURAND LINE
By M. Rama Rao

Sri Lanka: CROSSING SWORDS: NEW PRESCRIPTION FOR OLD AILMENT
By M. Rama Rao

Pranab Mukherjee's Second Visit to China
By B. Raman

Descent into Appeasement: Pakistan's dangerous deals with terrorists.
By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Bill Roggio

Approaches to America's Energy Crisis
By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Palestinians Trapped at Crossroads
By Nicola Nasser

COLOMBIA: No Big Changes Expected after Rebel Chief's Death
By Diana Cariboni

ROME DIARY: ITALY'S LEAP INTO THE DARK
By Gaither Stewart

JAIPUR BLASTS AND PAKISTAN CRISIS
By Malladi Rama Rao

TESTIMONY BEFORE THE SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE ON IRAQ
By William E. Odom, LT General, USA, Ret.

US/IRAQ: Tangled Web of Allegiances Leads Back to Tehran
By Ali Gharib

Maritime Security Cooperation and CBM in Southeast Asia
By Commodore Carlos L. Agustin AFP (Ret)

The Rise and Fall of Shining Path
By Waynee Lucero

LEBANON: Wobbling In Uncertainty
By Mona Alami

China: Lessons from Tibet
By B. Raman

How to Survive the Recession
By Dr. Abbas Bakhtiar

The Economy: US and the World
By Dr. Abbas Bakhtiar

The Spreading Revolt in Tibet
By B. Raman

Malaysia: A Vote for Change in Continuity
By B. Raman

Will divisions undermine Somali rebellion?
By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Al Qaeda's Resurgence
By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Kyle Dabruzzi

A Prisoner to Primacy
By Carl Conetta

Iran and its Economy
By Dr. Abbas Bakhtiar

Terrorism Threat in 2008
By Dr. Rohan Gunaratna

Global Jihhadi Terrorism---Threats & Vulnerabilities
By B. Raman

From Green Revolution to Red Revolution
By B. Raman

A Peace-killing Linkage, De-linkage
By Nicola Nasser

A Strike on Iran's Nuclear Weapons Facilities: Assessing Potential Retaliation
By Joseph Kirschke

To keep on doing the same thing while expecting different results is the definition of insanity!
By Dr. Bhaskar Dasgupta

Use of Soft Power in Counter-Terrorism
By B. Raman

The Kremlin and the World from Gorbachev to Putin
By Professor Roger P. Hamburg

TERRORISM IN THE AFGHANISTAN-PAKISTAN REGION
By B. Raman

US vs.Iran vs. Hybrid War
By Dr. Abbas Bakhtiar

A Sunni-Shiite Fault Line ? Not On The Arab Street
By Dr. Graham E. Fuller

Al-Qaeda and the Question of State Sponsorship
By Alan F. Fogelquist, Ph. D.


Editorial Policy

Articles presented on this website reflect the viewpoint of each individual author and not those of the the editor. The site is designed as a forum for a wide range of viewpoints and perspectives. Over time the editor hopes to present materials reflecting different sides of complex and controversial issues. Well documented, factual, and analytical articles that strive for objectivity and balance are preferred over propagandistic materials that present only one side of an issue. Readers should not assume that because an article published on the site presents one viewpoint that other perspectives will not be accepted or presented in the future. The site is in a state of development. Scholars and journalists are encouraged submit materials for publication or republication to increase the range and scope of the material presented.

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All full text articles presented on the Global Geopolitics Net site and related blogs have been published with the express permission of the author and/or copyright holder. These materials may not be republished or reproduced on another blog or website without the written permission of the author or copyright holder.


Eurasia Research Center - Global Geopolitics Net

Eurasia Research Center - Global Geopolitics Net is a non-commercial educational project aimed at fostering public understanding of complex problems and issues facing the world today. The Eurasia Research Center includes a library and archive of articles and documents arranged and organized by Alan F. Fogelquist for purposes of research and analysis on world issues as part of a free educational effort maintained personally by project organizer. The Eurasia Research Center - Global Geopolititcs Net project has not applied for nor received grant money or financial assistance from any public or private institution or organization. All costs of maintaining the library, document archives, and related websites and blogs of the Eurasia Research Center project have been incurred at the personal expense of Alan F. Fogelquist, Ph.D. and his family. All articles and information provided on the website have been offerred free of charge for non--commercial personal use by readers and the Eurasia Research Center and Global Geopolitics Net web sites are advertisement free and do not seek advertising revenues.


The Editor and Web Master

Alan Fogelquist, Ph. D., Chief Editor, Global Geopolitics Net
Director of the Eurasia Research Center.




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