Eurasia

Eurasia

Chinese and Indian markets welcome Russian oil

Chinese and Indian markets welcome Russian oil

Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin called on BRICS leaders to cooperate in the face of selfish acts from the West. BRIC countries is an investing concept for the four…
Chinese and Indian markets welcome Russian oil

Chinese and Indian markets welcome Russian oil

Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin called on BRICS leaders to cooperate in the face of selfish acts from the West. BRIC countries is an investing concept for the four…
Turkey's military operations in northern Syria

Turkey's military operations in northern Syria

At the end of last month, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that his country would soon launch a new…
The future of UK-Russia relations

The future of UK-Russia relations

Foreign Minister Liz Truss said on Tuesday that the UK government is determined to impose additional sanctions on Russia and…
The fall of Mariupol

The fall of Mariupol

Mariupol has fallen after nearly three months of relentless assault. More than 200 Ukrainian fighters who had been holding out…
Turkey's role as an international mediator

Turkey's role as an international mediator

Turkey is working to create effective dispute resolution tools for a variety of issues. The country is squarely in the…
Putin’s mercenaries in Ukraine: The Wagner Group

Putin’s mercenaries in Ukraine: The Wagner Group

Legally, it doesn’t exist, yet the Wagner Group, a quasi-private, Russian military contractor, has carried out assassinations, tempered with Western…

Archive articles

What impact does the return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan have on the west?

What impact does the return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan have on the west?

The return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan followed the withdrawal of the remaining US and British troops operating…
Russia, China and Iran step in to fill void left by Nato’s withdrawal from Afghanistan

Russia, China and Iran step in to fill void left by Nato’s withdrawal from Afghanistan

In early July 2021, US forces in Afghanistan did a remarkable thing. They disappeared. Furtively, they slipped away from their…
Afghanistan: What chances for a Taliban return to power?

Afghanistan: What chances for a Taliban return to power?

In early July a Taliban spokesperson made a startling claim: the insurgent movement controlled 85% percent of the country. While…
With NATO and pan-Turkism in mind, Turkey makes its move in Afghanistan

With NATO and pan-Turkism in mind, Turkey makes its move in Afghanistan

As Turkey presses ahead with its plan to take over security at Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport, many are questioning…
Is Armenia’s Democracy under threat?

Is Armenia’s Democracy under threat?

Member of the Armenian Diaspora and political Consultant George Meneshian talks to us to make sense of domestic developments in…
Turkey: NATO Membership on Autopilot

Turkey: NATO Membership on Autopilot

Omer Faruk Sen of the University of Missouri analyses Turkey's geostrategic position and alliances.
Thracian Viper 2020

Thracian Viper 2020

NATO's Thracian Viper exercise in Bulgaria comes at a time of shifting regional alliances.
The French perspective on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

The French perspective on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

The two former Soviet Republics of Armenia and Azerbaijan return to the battlefield.
Kavkaz 2020: Less War, More Geopolitics

Kavkaz 2020: Less War, More Geopolitics

What was really at stake at the joint military exercise?