The Eagles Belt: The Unsuspected Stage of the Great Power Competition
Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2021, issue 24, 78-84
The Balkans are one of the main stages of the so-called Cold War 2.0 between the United States and the Russo-Chinese axis, but, to a greater extent, they are also an important battlefront of the broader great power competition, a hegemonic confrontation fought by a number of European and non-European powers and only partly tied to the aforementioned Cold War 2.0. Just like in the past, the Balkans keep being the powder keg of Europe, but this time, due to a combination of historical events and demographic changes, the veridical beating heart of the region is no longer Serbia, itï¿½s a rising geopolitical order based on and centered on Albania: the Eaglesï¿½ Belt.
Keywords: Eagles Belt; Albania; Kosovo; North Macedonia; geopolitics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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