GESI Analysis, 18/2018
GESI Analysis, 18/2018
GESI Analysis 6/2018
Abstract: The present work has the objective of examining whether there is a correlation, on the one hand, between violence and attitude towards democracy and, on the other, between victimization and attitude towards democracy.
For this purpose, Latin America is taken as the geographical area and the period 2005 - 2015. Also, two hypotheses are proposed and comments will be made on how many cases are confirmed.
GESI Analysis, 36/2017
Abstract: In order to understand the concept given to the Central Intelligence Agency in its origin, the influences that led to its formation must be analyzed. The CIA is not a product of historical evidence. The need for it was previous, but it were the recent attitudes and events that shaped the agency and arranged its clauses and limits. The CIA became a branch and a model of security analysis, taking "Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability" as the main moral code to secure an object.
GESI Analysis, 26/2017
Abstract: Under the mandates of Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías, Venezuela experienced a series of profound social, political and economic transformations. After his election in 1998, a process of modification of civic-military relations and the role of the military in society began. During the first decade of the 21st century there was a notable politicization of the military and a militarization of civil society.
GESI Analysis, 21/2017
Abstract: Some policymakers and scholars assume that democracies are more effective warfighters. Their logic resides on two main ideas: First, given public participation in democratic foreign policymaking, this regime type will pick winnable wars while avoiding impossible conflicts. Second, since democracies foster individuality and critical thinking, they cultivate more military human capital within their societies.
GESI Analysis, 10/2017
Abstract: Two visions of Iran and the world will clash in 2017. On the one hand, President Hassan Rouhani´s preferences for internal moderation and the integration of Iran in the world economy and multilateral diplomacy. According to this view, the 2015 Nuclear Deal between Iran and the International Community is only the point of departure for a better future.
GESI Analysis, 9/2017
Jan Techau started his analysis on the repercussion of the Brexit on the new European Union Global Strategy (EUGS) with the following sentence: “sometimes, timing is just horrible”[i].
GESI Analysis 34/2016
‘…Islam is rightly claimed an inalienable part of today’s religious, social and cultural life of Russia. Its traditions are based on eternal values of goodness, mercy and justice…’
President Vladimir Putin
GESI Analysis, 16/2015
The doubts concerning Russia’s revisionist nature were all cleared when Moscow decided to annex Crimea. With this step, Putin showed the world that neither international law, nor commercial blocking, nor international isolation were enough to stop him when Russian geopolitical interests are on the table.
GESI Analysis, 5/2014
According to recent statistics, it is clear that the 21st century has been and will continue to be an urban one. The number of people living in cities has grown steadily, reaching 50 per cent of the world’s population, or 3.3 billion people, in 2007.