Monday, January 25

Tag: Sean Gervasi

Donations
Geopolitics, International Relations, World

Donations

Donate to Support Us We would like to ask you to consider a small donation to help our team keep working. We accept no advertising and rely only on you, our readers, to keep us digging the truth on history, global politics, and international relations. There are three ways to financially support us: 1. By sending financial support directly to our bank account. If you chose the first option, our Bank account details are as follows: Recipient’s details: SWIFT/BIC Code: CBVILT2X IBAN: LT737044000103617388 Account name: Vladislav Sotirovič 2. By sending financial support using the Western Union money transfer system. In this case, our necessary details as the Receiver are: First Name: Vladislav Last Name: Sotirovič Receiver country: Lithuania (Lietuva) Telephone Number: +370 609 698 39 If ...
The Yugoslavia Counter-Narrative in 1993: Sean Gervasi, a Neglected Expert, Spoke Out in the Early Years of the Catastrophe
Balkans, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia

The Yugoslavia Counter-Narrative in 1993: Sean Gervasi, a Neglected Expert, Spoke Out in the Early Years of the Catastrophe

TRANSCRIPT: Harold Channer (HC): Good evening and welcome very, very much to the conversation. We’re pleased to welcome to the program, Sean Gervasi. He is a professor and academic who is concerned with economics and particularly with what is relevant to what we want to talk about tonight. He has just returned from a long stay in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and knows something of that situation. Sean Gervasi, welcome very, very much to the conversation, and back to New York. Before we go into some detail about what in the world is going on in terms of the Balkans, from your experience there, maybe share a little bit of your own background. You did some economics, you’re interested in economics. Destruction of Yugoslavia in 1941-45 Sean Gervasi (SG): Well, I’m basically an economist. I stud...
International Systems of States and Global Security Models
Geopolitics, Global Politics, World

International Systems of States and Global Security Models

Introduction The fundamental aim of the text below is to deal with the concept and models of global security as one of the crucial topics of global political studies. We have to keep in mind that a term and notion of security usually imply a kind of sense of protection and safety from different possible harms coming from „outside“. Therefore, it can be generally acceptable and understandable that the states want to protect their own territories by expanding great resources in making their territorial safe. Security topics are of very different kind, ranging from the causes of conflict between states to deterioration in the global climate or women’s rights in global politics. The question of Security Studies as an academic discipline within the scope of Global Politics has been the subject...
Share