Tag: United States

AfPak Monitoring

Afghanistan today between terrorism and geopolitics: interview with Jill Suzanne Kornetsky

Afghanistan is a strategic country in Eurasia, a land where superpowers (British Empire, Soviet Union, the United States) had known their limits trying to control the local population and include it in their geopolitical strategy. Therefore, we decide to discuss current dynamics and future developments of Afghanistan with Jill Suzanne Kornetsky, a Kabul-based consultant, researcher, analyst and social entrepreneur.…Continue readingAfghanistan today between terrorism and geopolitics: interview with Jill Suzanne Kornetsky

Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence and International Psychological Security: report from STRATCOM-2020

Our partners and colleagues from the International Centre for Social and Political Studies and Consulting of Moscow  (ISCPSC) reported the panel discussion “Artificial Intelligence and International Psychological Security: Theoretical and Practical Implications” held on November 12th, 2020, at St. Petersburg State University as part of the international conference “Strategic Communications in Business and Politics” (STRATCOM-2020).…Continue readingArtificial Intelligence and International Psychological Security: report from STRATCOM-2020

Central Asia Monitoring

US strategy in Kazakhstan: more investments and economic partnership

The White House is expanding trade partnership and investments in Kazakhstan according to the new US Strategy in Central Asia which aspires to improve independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity in the so-called Stan Countries and strengthen Washington’s presence in one of the most strategic regions in the world.…Continue readingUS strategy in Kazakhstan: more investments and economic partnership