Institute for International Studies
Center for Spatial Analysis in IR
76 Vernadskogo Pr.
Sharyl Cross, St. Edwards University, USA
Tolga Demiryol, Altinbas University (Turkey), email@example.com
Ruben Elamiryan, Russian-Armenian University (Armenia), firstname.lastname@example.org
Nuno Morgado, Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary), email@example.com
Ziv Rubinovitz, Sonoma State University (USA), firstname.lastname@example.org
Piotr Wilczyński, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie (Poland), email@example.com
Recognized as study group in 1995; granted research committee status in 1999.
Promotes the study of geopolitics, a concept that today includes those variables important for a country’s foreign policy options, and which cannot be changed by governmental policy in a short period of time. These variables include, among others, a country’s positioning in the international and regional systems, its relationship to the processes of globalisation, and its relative power resources along different dimensions (economic, political, military, cultural etc.).
The research programme includes case studies concerning the reciprocal relationship between geopolitical influences and foreign policy behaviour, and contributions to theorising on the broader relationship between geopolitics and political behaviour.