geoeconomics

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ge·o·ec·o·nom·ics

 (jē′ō-ĕk′ə-nŏm′ĭks, -ē′kə-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The study of the relationship between politics and economics, especially on an international scale.
2. A combination of international economic and political factors relating to or influencing a nation or region.

ge′o·ec′o·nom′ic adj.
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The Head of Ukraine s Government is to participate in the 10th annual Riga conference a prestigious international forum which focuses on EU's geoeconomic role this year.
I argue that stability operations, both in declared policy and operational practice, are neatly incorporated into a well-established mission of military-economic securitization, involving specific practices of military posturing and deterrence, and geoeconomic policing and regulation (Morrissey, 2011 a).
Turkey, which is the historical heir of the geopolitical, geocultural and geoeconomic integrity of the region, needs to develop a strategic approach that can overcome this geopolitical, geocultural and geoeconomic disintegration while embracing the region as a whole, and implement this approach in a gradual manner within a tactical flexibility.
It seems, therefore, that China's current strategic calculus for Afghanistan is more geoeconomic and resource driven.
In fact, existing energy resources has been defining importance and value of regions since beginning of 21st century, and nowadays it is accounted as a geoeconomic factor (Valdani, 2002), and there is this view that, the geoeconomic logic is more important than geopolitical logic (Mercille, 2008).
Neither Moscow nor Beijing will be willing to subordinate their geoeconomic interests in the name of a geostrategic Sino-Russian alliance.
With the ascendance of geoeconomic concerns in the post-Cold War era, reinforced by the economic bases of globalization, ASEAN is even less meaningful in the context of Malaysia's national security.
Advocates of the geoeconomic approach believe all of the services should be cut back, with the heaviest cuts coming from the nuclear weapons sector and from the ground and air forces committed to NATO.
The presence of Venezuela in MERCOSUR will increase its effectiveness and activities within geoeconomic and geostrategic axis of the world's countries as the integration group with a high development and high autonomy.
Prime Minister of Ukraine is to participate in the 10th annual Riga conference a prestigious international forum which focuses on EU's geoeconomic role this year.
In the face of an ever-evolving geoeconomic battlefield, including the introduction of new actors who do not fit neatly into the 'foreign-domestic' 'civilian soldier' categories, more insight into the conflicting and convoluted geolegal space that is unfolding is necessary to better understand the ways that war is waged, and the ongoing violence that is perpetuated.
The fifth part provides a conceptual framework for analyzing the future prospects of Sino-Indian relations by categorizing Indian elites' perspectives on the rise of China and Indo-Chinese relations into three paradigms: geopolitical, geoeconomic, and geocivilizational.