Issue 2021 - Volume 15 Issue 1

Issue 15:1

Michael Haman, Milan Školník

Trump and the Image of the United States in Latin America

https://doi.org/10.51870/CEJISS.A150103   In our research, we focus on the image of the United States in Latin America. We use mainly data from Latinobarómetro, and we analyse Obama’s last year and Trump’s first year in the presidency in 18 countries in Latin America. We use logistic regression to reach conclusions. We also analyse Trump’s tweets to see his Twitter rhetoric. We find that Trump’s election has strongly worsened the image of the United States in the public opinion of Latin…

Issue 15:1

Rebin Fard

Towards a New Concept of Constructivist Geopolitics: Bridging Classical and Critical Geopolitics

https://doi.org/10.51870/CEJISS.A150102   This essay deals with the question to what extent perspectives of classical and critical geopolitical thought are suitable for analysing geopolitical structures of world politics. The following article discusses the potential that opens up a constructivist perspective for the conceptualisation of space and spatiality in geopolitics. This article is about links between geopolitics and international relations for a theoretical rebuilding of geopolitics.…

Issue 15:1

Kil Joo Ban

Just War and Just Battle: The Examination of North Korea’s Attack against the ROKS Cheonan Based on the Just War Principles

https://doi.org/10.51870/CEJISS.A150101   In March 2010, a North Korean submarine fired a torpedo against the South Korean ship Cheonan, which resulted in the deaths of 46 sailors. Is its surprise attack justified? The academic examination has rarely been made over whether North Korea’s use of military force is justified in this battle. As the just war theory to date has dealt mostly with major wars, it also can guide us to judge whether this limited warfare is just or not. The just war…

2021 - Volume 15 Issue 2