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Towards the Rise of Eurasia. Competing Geopolitical Narratives and Responses

Salamin, Géza and Klemensits, Péter, eds. (2021) Towards the Rise of Eurasia. Competing Geopolitical Narratives and Responses. Corvinus Geographia, Geopolitica, Geooeconomia . Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest. . ISBN 978-963-503-889-3 DOI 10.14267/978-963-503-889-3

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Abstract

At the beginning of the 21st century, the unity of Europe and Asia took on a new meaning, leading to an appreciation of Eurasian thinking - which has a long tradition in geopolitics -, allowing different narratives to be born in different countries. The aim of this volume is to present in detail the interconnected geopolitical narratives that are emerging in various countries. As a similar book that examines the image of Eurasia through narratives has not yet been published in the region, this publication can be seen as a ground-breaking step. This work contains studies by experts in geopolitics - both foreign and domestic specialists - that undoubtedly contribute to the development of geopolitical research in Central and Eastern Europe. With their help, the reader can get a comprehensive picture of how the great powers and smaller countries on the supercontinent (as well as in the United States) interpret Eurasia, what the main features are of each narrative, and which factors and processes are helping and hindering their implementation. The publisher of the volume, the lnstitute of lnternational, Political and Regional Studies at Corvinus University, is strongly committed to exploring current developments in geopolitics, thereby contributing to their better understanding. The latest volume in the series 'Corvinus Geographia, Geopolitica, Geooeconomia' may be of interest to a wide audience. As well as being relevant to those interested in geopolitics, it will appeal to those who seek to understand the changing landscape of international relations of the 21st century.

Item Type:Book
Series Name:Corvinus Geographia, Geopolitica, Geooeconomia
Uncontrolled Keywords:Eurasian, Geostrategic Culture, Geopolitical Theories
Subjects:Economic policy
International economics
International relations
Funders:Magyar Nemzeti Bank
DOI:10.14267/978-963-503-889-3
ID Code:6670
Deposited By: Ádám Hoffmann
Deposited On:21 Jul 2021 14:23
Last Modified:21 Sep 2021 07:16

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