Russia

Who are the strongest countries in Asia ? Asia has become over the years the most important region of the World for the US but also for the entire West.  Asia has about 60 percent of the world’s population with ...

Nord Stream project 2 in common understanding is gas project and the continuation of previous project. As we all know, the project belongs to Russian company, Gazprom alongside companies from France (Engie), Germany (Uniper and Wintershall), Austria (OMV) and Netherlands ...

Conflict between the United States and Russia has heightened since the recent US-led missile strikes on military targets and research facilities in Syria. On April 14, 2018, US-led three early morning air strikes on a scientific research center in Syria, ...

Vladimir Putin was again, confirmed as the Russian government’s leader on March 18th with 77% of the ballot. After many years, it seems that Putin is the only man capable to maintain Russia’s unity and international impact on the world’s ...

With increased violence and instability in the Middle East in the aftermath of the Arab Spring, Turkish foreign policy has been a hot topic in international media and forums. Over the last two years, Turkey’s role in regional politics has ...

British Prime Minister Theresa May has received widespread praise for the steely way that she has handled the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal in the sleepy market town of Salisbury. Those accolades are exaggerated. If anything, the British authorities reacted ...

China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative, an economic expansion plan that follows the trade routes of the medieval Tang and Yuan dynasties across Eurasia, is overly ambitious because, like all grand strategies, it is aspirational. Yet the future of Eurasia ...

In his recent speech by at the Valdai Discussion Club, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed both frustration with Russia’s international situation and the drive to improve its status. Russia proposes to work for a new world order, in which it ...

Part 2 : This policy paper suggests a two-fold strategy for the Russian Federation over Nagorno Karabakh, one for the short-term, another one for the long-term. In the short-run, a “wait and see” policy maintaining the “frozen” status quo is ...

The current race for control of territory in Syria now appears to be a competition between Iran and the United States, which have established two respective axes – with a vertical American (north-south) effort on the one hand, and a ...