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The Theory of the Global Domination - Russian Geo-Strategy Conceptual Framework on the Black Sea Region

Alba Iulia Catrinel Popescu

International Journal of Economics & Business Administration (IJEBA), 2017, vol. V, issue 2, 42-61

Abstract: Russian geo-political maneuverings over the past decade can be explained in the context of the global domination theory, also known as the pivot theory.Once the pivot theory is understood then strategies, tactics, and other actions being as wide as possible can be predicted.What are the fundamental concepts of the pivot zone theory that marked out the strategic thinking of the last 100 years? What are the origins of Eurasian-ism and of neo-Eurasian-ism? Which are the current geostrategic directions of the Russian Federation? Which are the tactics applied by the Kremlin? Those are some of the questions analyzed in this article.

Keywords: Global domination; the Northern pivot zone; North-South strategic corridor; the Black Sea-Baltic Sea isthmus; Black Sea region; security ring; Gerasimov doctrine. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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