The term Matryoshka-nationalism comes from the name of a wooden Russian doll called matryoshka which, reveals another, smaller doll inside, with the latter containing an even smaller doll.  The notion of Matryoshka-nationalism as a specific phenomenon of post-Soviet nationalism refers to separatist movements that emerged upon the dissolution of the USSR and implies the existence of a smaller ethnic...

Developmental state, or hard state is a term that refers to the phenomenon of state-led macroeconomic planning in East Asia during the late 20th century. The concept of the developmental state emerged to explain the rapid growth of a number of countries in East Asia during the postwar period. In this model of capitalism, the state has more independent, or autonomous, political power, as well as more...

Finlandization is a political course by a smaller nation, which takes into account the foreign policy interests of a bigger neighbor, while retaining its own internal regime and values. The original term comes is related to Finland, when it chose to be a neutral buffer state during the Cold War. Although Finland was generally considered as part of the Western world due to its democratic governance and...

Carter Doctrine is a foreign policy initiative introduced by U.S. President Jimmy Carter on January 23, 1980 as a response to the Soviet Union’s intervention in Afghanistan. J. Carter declared that the U.S. would employ military force against any country that attempted to gain control of the Persian Gulf, thus warning away outside forces from the region.  The Carter administration recommended a...

Madman theory is a political theory commonly associated with the U.S. President Richard Nixon. He and his administration strove to convince the leaders of hostile countries that Nixon was irrational and volatile enough to take unpredictable actions. This tactic was supposed to induce the hostile nation to stand down and avoid provoking the United States, fearing an unpredictable American...

One of the most terrible events of the post-WWII Europe took place in Khojaly, Azerbaijan in 26 February 1992.   In the course of Nagorno-Karabakh war, 613 Azerbaijanis were ruthlessly massacred by the Armenian forces. Among the killed were 63 children, 106 women, 70 elderly.  8 families were completely exterminated, 25 children lost both parents, 130 children lost one of the parents. 487 people,...

Ancient Rome bestowed the first diplomatic organs (legationes), the first ambassadors (Pater Patratus) and "Law of Nations" (Jus Gentium) to the world. The governance methods of Ancient Rome and establishing collaboration between neighboring countries for strengthening and consolidating its powers were exposed in the video as well....

The video displays specific features of ancient Indian diplomacy and demonstrates distinguished characteristics of diplomacy in ancient Indian sources like Artashastra....

The video covers Introduction to Far East diplomacy. It comprises Ancient Chinese diplomacy diversity and different attitudes of Chinese philosophers to diplomacy....

The video generally summarizes the beginning, duration and aftermath of Vienna Congress, describes its significance,  importance on diplomacy and also examines the influence of the conference in future diplomatic events....

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