The Geopolitical Black Sea Encyclopaedia
Today, we know what the Black Sea is not from a strategic perspective, but we do not know what it is. This strategic indecision is the explanation for all the conflicts, frozen or not, explicit or tacit, and all the political and geopolitical tensions that are now taking place in this space and that are becoming endemic. The story of the Black Sea continues…
This text is the first encyclopaedia explicitly dedicated to the geopolitics of the Black Sea, written for Western audiences, an academic research which appeals to the wider academic community, PhD students, professors, and researchers, and to any reader interested in geopolitics, history, international relations, economy, sociology, history, and geography.
Dan Dungaciu is Director of the “Ion I. C. Brătianu” Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations of the Romanian Academy and President of the Black Sea University Foundation. He is also Professor at the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work of the University of Bucharest, Romania. His most recent publications include The European Union’s Eastern Neighbourhood Today. Politics, Dynamics, Perspectives (edited with Valentin Naumescu, 2015), The Perfect Storm of the European Crisis (edited with Ruxandra Iordache, 2017), and 100 Years since the Great Union of Romania (edited with Viorella Manolache, 2019), among many others.
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