The extent to the relation between Geopolitical factors and financial indicators

Global economic dynamics are greatly impacted by the multifaceted interactions that exist between geopolitical factors and financial indicators. In this report, the depth of this relationship will be explored, providing instances of how geopolitical events can affect currency, financial markets, investment flows, and economic stability.
Geopolitical events such as war, terrorist attacks, political unrest, elections, trade disputes, and shifts in governmental agendas have the potential to influence investor behaviour, market sentiment, and eventually financial indicators through increased risk and uncertainty.

“Trump vs. Biden: Elections, Conflicts, and Economic Dynamics” 

2024 is a decisive year for global politics and the economy.
With 64 countries electing their political representatives this year, the coming months will change the course of our economies and lives in the following years. The results of these elections will be visible not only through potential changes in trade and investment policies but also in increased political uncertainty and polarization.

The European Enlargement: context and prospects

Ever since the Russian aggression on Ukraine, a pervasive sense of insecurity has spread across the European institutions and public opinion. To cope with the mutated geopolitical context, national and European leaders have started calling vigorously for new accessions in the EU, reviving the almost paralysed process for European enlargement. This article aims at introducing the main current and future issues regarding this process.

The Black Fleet: An Introduction to Shipping Sanctioned Oil in 2023

It has been precisely 371 days since a G7 oil cap took effect limiting the price levels at which Russian oil could be bought and sold in the world’s largest economies, finally agreeing in the fifth of December in 2022 on measures designed to punish Moscow for the invasion of Ukraine and to cripple an industry that fuels the Russian war effort in Ukraine. But, widely discussed is the efficiency of achieving these goals themselves.

Geopolitics and History of Russian Strategy in Africa

Moscow has been investing in Africa for decades. Since the first African independentist movements, Russia saw an opportunity to spread its influence among what could be the most populated continent in a few decades. Russia intends to continue its strategy even if this is done to the detriment of the former colonizing powers, in particular France. 


This article aims at analyzing the history of New Caledonia, highlighting its colonial past, its current status as a French overseas territory, the fight for autonomy brought forward by native Kanaks and the geopolitical implications that New Caledonia’s independence would imply.


Recent efforts and advocacy for increased female representation in leadership roles within geopolitics are not just a matter of representation, but also a strategic move. This article aims to highlight and provide evidence of the power that women hold in influencing geopolitics positively, by leading and prioritising diverse perspectives, handling relations effectively, and promoting peace. Women possess the capacity to bring a fresh perspective, foster collaborative approaches, and develop innovative solutions to the multiple challenges nations are faced with globally, and it is time for the world to acknowledge and make use of the potential they hold.