The inspiration for CaspianReport came from Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. I’ve strived to explain the realities of geopolitics by interpreting the shadows cast by conflicts and global issues, producing objective and original media content as a result. Initially, the reports were about current world affairs. However, in time it expanded to include in-depth analyses on the origins of various conflicts. Nowadays, the content includes book recommendations that have helped viewers to understand the complex nature of our world.
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Geopolitical analysis 2017: East Asiaby Caspian Report
BAKU - Most of the geopolitical events in East Asia revolve around China. The decisions that Beijing makes have a profound impact on the region. As China adopts a new foreign and domestic policy, regional nations must adapt as well. In this analysis, we will go over some of these geopolitical changes and explain what awaits East Asia in 2017.
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Review: Asia's Cauldron by Robert D. Kaplanby Caspian Report
BAKU - We find ourselves in a world that is more crowded, nervous and anxious than at any moment in history. As technology advances, distances shrink and regional interests collide more frequently than in the past. This is especially true for China.
Asia's Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific by Robert D. Kaplan explores our globalised world, and how Beijing’s uneasy interaction with other Asian countries is shifting the balance of power in Asia.
So, if you seek to understand the complicated waters of the South China Sea, which is crowded with cargo vessels, oil tankers, warships, and provocative war games, then this book offers a superb summary of the geopolitics in East and Southeast Asia.
Geopolitical analysis 2017: South Asiaby Caspian Report
BAKU - South Asia is a region of contrast. Some nations will be fixated with security and financial concerns. Yet, others will find themselves in the centre of a geopolitical chessboard, with Russian, Chinese, American and Indian pieces moving all over the place. Meanwhile, local politicians will seek to exploit the growing nationalist sentiment to advance
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