Book launch: Geopolitics in the 21st Century – Territories, Identities, and Foreign Policies (ed. Nuno Morgado)We are glad to announce that the book launch of "Geopolitics in the 21st Century - Territories, Identities, and Foreign Policies" edited by Nuno Morgado will be on the 13rd of April 2021.
The Corvinus Institute for Advanced Studies (CIAS) – Central Europe in Global Context, and the Institute for International, Political and Regional Studies, Corvinus University of Budapest invite you to the online book launch of
Geopolitics in the 21st Century – Territories, Identities, and Foreign Policies
edited by Nuno Morgado
on 13 April 2021, 16.00-17.30.
To join the online event, please click here.
- About the event
Nuno Morgado, PhD is an assistant professor of Institute for International, Political and Regional Studies and former junior research fellow of CIAS.
The Hosts of the event will be
- Prof. Dr. Zoltán Oszkár Szántó, Vice-Rector and Vice-President for International Relations and Accreditations and Head of the CIAS and
- Assoc. Prof. Dr. Géza Salamin, Head of the Institute for International, Political and Regional Studies.
The editor and authors of the chapter will give a small speech of their contribution to the book from 16.10 in 40 minutes.
After the introduction of the book the floor will be open for Q&A.
- About the book
This book is dedicated to geopolitics in the 21st century. Several scholars from slightly different backgrounds (geopolitics, international relations, history, and political science) have come together to develop the geopolitical research program as an approach to international relations. This book includes research on the great powers that have permanent seats on the UN security council, as well as Japan and Brazil, as regional powers that may increase in influence in the 21st century international arena.
Despite the methodological richness of the individual contributions, all chapters address the core(s) of geopolitical thought – the territorial and identity-based realities that shape politics, foreign policies, and grand strategies – thereby adding value to the research agenda of geopolitical studies.