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Elena Tilovska-Kechedji


Artificial Intelligence (AI) has enormously impacted everyday life’s economic, social, and political spheres. This impact is even more significant in today’s globalized world. Artificial Intelligence and new technologies influenced the geopolitical domain, shifting and influencing the balance of power. The power that excelled in governing, educating, and reproducing novelties in AI claimed the title. However, instead of aspiring to be the best, the great powers balanced out their antagonism and joined forces. They cooperated in the domain of new technologies and AI, aiming for the benefit of humanity. AI had to be adequately harvested to produce peace, prosperity, and stability, acting as a bridge in an interconnected, globalized world. The purpose of the research was to discuss and analyze, through qualitative research analysis, the present and future influences, effects, and policies of Artificial Intelligence and new technologies in the geopolitical domain and their impact on humanity.


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Tilovska-Kechedji, Elena. 2023. “NAVIGATING THE GEOPOLITICAL LANDSCAPE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: REFLECTIONS AND CHALLENGES”. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs 9 (3):488-500.
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Elena Tilovska-Kechedji, Faculty of Law, University “St. Kliment Ohridski” – Bitola, Republic of North Macedonia

Elena Tilovska-Kechedji, PhD is an associate professor in political science and diplomacy. She earned her bachelor’s degree in history, international relations, and diplomacy, specializing in foreign affairs at The American College of Thessaloniki “ANATOLIA” in Greece. Her Master's degree is in International Relations and Diplomacy from Schiller International University –Paris, France. She earned her PhD in political science at the Institute for Sociological, political, and legal research, University “St. Cyril and Methodius” Skopje, North Macedonia. Her interests and specialization are in the following areas: International Relations and Diplomacy, Foreign policy, Foreign Policy of the EU, Integration in the European Union (with specialization in the Balkans), EU Law and politics, Refugees, Migration and Human rights, International Law, Political policies and theories, Artificial Intelligence and cyber security in the international relations domain. She is a Vice Dean for International Cooperation and Science and was a Senator at the University Senate. She was granted an ERASMUS+ fellowship grant for teaching mobility at the West University of Timisoara, Romania Faculty of Law in 2017, and was a CEEPUS Coordinator and at the moment she is a member of many International Scientific boards and journals. She is the Faculty Coordinator and an expert in an ERASMUS+ Jean Monnet project: ANETREC - “Academic network supporting EU policies towards Western Balkans with emphasis on regional cooperation based on reconciliation”, as well as the faculty coordinator of the project: “Renforcement et perspectives de la coopération scientifique dans les Balkans Occidentaux” financed by the solidarity fund for innovation, civil organizations, francophone and human resources by the Ministry of European and Foreign affairs, France. She is also a postdoctoral fellow at the “Mediterranea International Centre for Human Rights Research (MICHR)”, at the “Mediterranea” University, Department of Law, Economics, and Humanities, Università, Cittadella Universitaria, Reggio Calabria (Italy) and specializing in the field of Artificial intelligence and biotechnology in International law.