North Korea and Russia displayed a positive political relationship during the Cold War, beginning in the later half of the 1900s. With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, North Korea seems to have renewed its relationship with Russia through political support…
With dwindling Russian influence in the post-Soviet region, U.S. engagement in the South Caucasus region is increasing.
“Give us your weapons — we will return what is ours,” said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in his recent address to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. President Zelensky’s comments reflect his sentiments to take back “Ukrainian historical lands,”…
Putin’s war on democracy played a role in the CSTO’s decision to deploy troops in Kazakhstan. With the invasion of Ukraine, did experts miss early signs of Putin’s resolve to act on threats?
While the world is preoccupied with Russia, another unpredictable adversary is acting up under the radar.
The EU is being asked to confront its dependency on Russian gas and oil.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has steered Budapest closer to Moscow since stepping into power.
The call from Secretary General Guterres is commendable but the ceasefire faces hurdles when it comes to implementation.