Geografie economică mondială by Silviu Neguț(Book) 6 editions Probleme economice şi ecologice ale Dunării şi Mării Negre by Florina Bran(Book). Geopolitica – definiţii şi precursori. Prof. univ. dr. Silviu Neguţ Şi, totuşi, ce este Geopolitica – o ştiinţă, o disciplină ştiinţifică, o doctrină, o teorie. Geografie economica mondiala fotografia produsului %. Silviu Negut, Gheorghe Vlasceanu, Florina Bran, Claudia Popescu, Liviu Bogdan Vlad, Marius .

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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. The empires of Ancient Persia and the European Union. Analyzing property – Romanian Questions, Persian Answers Natural Insecurity and Deterrence of Development Foreign Policy for Iran War against Terrorism or Oil Quest Universities in Iran – Beginnings Political and Social Participation in Iran Political Organization of Space in Iran The Spatial Effect of Reopening of the Border.

Romania – a Favorable Destination for Iranian Investments As a child I was impressed and the idea stuck to my mind. In those remote times Persia was a well ic developed country and a superpower. Much later, as an immigrant to the United States with a brand new PhD I was looking for a teaching position when I saw some university openings in Iran.

An acquaintance of mine who was teaching in Tehran warned me however that the situation there was extremely tense and that the country could lit soon explode. Initially, I did not believe it because the American media did not mention anything grave about Iran in its reporting.

Later I realized that in spite of its freedom the American press would not inform the econojica properly on many events. Neither was it the last.

After a few years of college teaching I po joined the Voice of America in Washington as a writer-editor when Iran indeed exploded. The United States had bet everything on the shah, but the shah had abused the country, had repressed the people, and had alienated its religious leadership.

The result was a total collapse of the old regime which took most Americans by surprise. By sheer ignorance or on purpose the US mass media had failed the public again.

The country held a special place in my heart. It was the old Persia that had fascinated me as a child and the new Iran where as an adult I had dreamed of a university position. And what I was seeing in the late seventies in Washington, DC, silviiu unsettling. The demonstrations against the shah and his regime. Was Iran to become another communist satellite?


After sorting out its internal problems the new Iran turned away from communism and instead became an authoritarian w theocracy.

The new regime did not please America, but the West had no choice except live with the new reality. As old Persia and the new Iran was a country to recognize, to respect, and to reckon with The current Islamic Republic of Iran is a country of 1. Dima has retired recently from the US Federal Government and for the last two years has taught at university level in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


Dima is the author of Bessarabia and Bukovina: All these three books were published in English in the United States. Dima has been offered another university position in the Horn of Africa.

Furthermore, Iran is undoubtedly a regional power with a significant geopolitical location between the Middle East and South Asia and between Russia and the Arab world. Mondiaka addition, Iran is a mineral rich country with huge energy resources and especially with large petroleum reserves. According to the World Almanac Iran has billion bbls of crude oil reserves which makes it one of the top oil producers of the world. To put in mojdiala better perspective, Germany has only million, Romania has about one billion, and rich Russia has just 60 billion.

Certainly, from a Western standpoint a country in such a sensitive location, with huge energy o resources, and with a pro-Islamic policy unfriendly toward the US and Israel is looked upon with suspicion.

And the fact that in recent years Tehran has pursued a policy of nuclear energy and silviy nuclear military capabilities has alarmed the. This potential nuclear trend made President George W. However, such public pronouncements and ic their possible consequences raise serious questions for the international community. Who has the right to nuclear capabilities? Neguf has the right to control such a right?

And specifically, does Iran really need either nuclear energy or nuclear weapons?

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Will Iran have the capability and maturity to control a nuclear arsenal? But then, what do we know about the maturity, responsibility, and possible behavior of other nuclear netut members? There are no easy answers to po any of these questions and dilemmas. From a military point of view the situation in the Middle East and South Asia is very complex.

Tehran denies any military intentions, but the possibility of a future nuclear-armed Iran is real and for some countries it is grim. Yet, the nuclear reality in negtu region is even grimmer.

To the North of Iran, Russia continues to be a nuclear eo superpower. To the East of it, Pakistan and India are nuclear powers. And to the West, Israel is fully nuclear. Who is to tell Tehran that Iran is not allowed to become nuclear? After all, who allowed India and Pakistan to become nuclear powers? With an inimical Iraq to the West, with a nuclear-armed Pakistan to the East and with Israel as a declared enemy in the vicinity, Tehran must have posed for long before deciding to take the nuclear path.

Though very small by comparison with most countries, Israel is apparently the third military power in the contemporary world. Allegedly, Israel has between and nuclear warheads that can be w launched from land, from air and from submarines.

Also allegedly, Israel has the best tanks, bombers and submarines currently in existence and undoubtedly one of the most efficient intelligence agencies. But Israel also has mmondiala. It is surrounded w by enemies and its very existence is yet to be accepted by most Arab countries. And Israel perceives of a nuclear Iran as a deadly danger to its security.

Would Israel do it as it alluded to? Does Israel or any other power have the moral right to a preemptive attack?


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It is the same moral dilemma as the very right to become nuclear As a former professor with the US Army I had been appointed to teach two courses related to international relations. I was revolted like everybody else after that attack and approved wholeheartedly the war on terrorism declared by President Bush.

I geogracie published an article on the subject and sided with the president when we invaded Afghanistan. Later, the administration and the media began to bombard the public with subliminal messages about Iraq Saddam was making weapons of mass destruction.

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Iraq was harboring terrorists and Baghdad o was a danger for the peace of the region. In March US attacked Iraq and everybody expected a quick victory and. Geogrwfie could not be more wrong than we were. Looking back it seems that Ecomomica either did not have any elementary intelligence with regard to what was awaiting the American intervention, ic or worse, the agenda of those who decided the intervention was completely different from what was offered to the American people.

Consequently, the results were catastrophic for the Republican Party and they showed in the November elections. Yet, lit President Bush and his diminishing team of supporters have continued their failed policy.

Worse still, they began to threaten Iran as well, but this time the American public would not buy the arguments anymore. The answer is very difficult to venture. The psychological preparations and subliminal messages that were used prior to the invasion of Iraq do not work in the current circumstances. Besides, for all practical purposes, Geogrwfie W. Bush is now a lame president. He solviu has the power to order an attack, but he will no longer have the support of the people.

In addition, Iran is not Iraq. Iran is a much bigger and eo stronger country. Its population is more unified, more educated too, and it overwhelmingly sides with the government on the right of Mondiiala to go nuclear.

Furthermore, bombing Iran is one thing, but occupying it is all together another story. Who can do it knowing that Western Europe is reluctant to intervene and the US troops are already stretched very thin? Will Israel launch an attack by itself? What will be the consequences of such. And jondiala, how will Moscow and Beijing react in case of such an act? And what if Tehran already has several suitcase-type of nuclear warheads as it is rumored? The former Kremlin security adviser, General Alexander Lebed, found that about a dozen of such warheads were missing when w he tried to account for them.

Later, the geoyrafie general was properly eliminated in a helicopter accident, but the question persists. Where are the missing nuclear warheads? Are some of them in Iran? The international nuclear club is a self appointed club.