“Russian geopolitical narratives from ‘geopolitics 101’ to postmodern revisionism: Implications for the Baltic-Pontic Region”, Andriy Tyushka (College of Europe Natolin)

This article maps Russia’s manifold geopolitical narratives along a divide between classical and critical geopolitical thinking and disentangles its geopolitical interests in the neighbouring region located between the Baltic and the Black Seas as well as it deliberates on what Russia’s revisionist agenda holds for the future of regional and international stability.

The publication can be found here.