Russia aims to keep a military and political presence in warm waters, ambitiously following the footsteps of former Russian empires.
By painstakingly exerting efforts to convince both Kyiv and Moscow of the agreement, Ankara added another significant diplomatic breakthrough to its list of diplomatic achievements—in addition to gathering Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers at the Antalya Diplomacy Forum for the first time and hosting the latest peace talks between the two sides in Istanbul.
he Russian military invasion of Ukraine has been impacting the world economy since it was first launched on February 23, 2022.
Following the Astana Talks format, a meeting on Syria was also held on the same day with the participation of Russian President Putin and Iranian President Raisi.
ussian Strategic Missile Force Commander Colonel General Sergei Karakayev announced on June 5 that the second regiment of intercontinental ballistic missiles equipped with the Avangard hypersonic glide vehicles was preparing to go on combat alert.
The most striking example of this new international structure manifests itself in how Saudi and Emirati national interests dictated and enabled these Gulf monarchies to respond to the Russian attacks in Ukraine more cautiously and openly refusing an automatic alignment with the United States.
Read: Russian Invasion of Ukraine from an International Law PerspectiveThe Security Council makes decisions with the majority vote of 9 out of 15 members.
At the moment, Russian forces are pursuing a strategy of fortifying the Russian separatist regions in eastern Ukraine and restoring the land connection between Crimea and these regions.
The Russian aggression in Ukraine, as a potential pattern during the coming decades, has pushed them to review the possibility in case a war escalates in the vicinity.
There were also highly publicized events of the unconfirmed “Russian submarines” in Helsinki Harbor and the Stockholm Archipelago, which increased public support for NATO membership.
“The Damage Will Take Time to Repair”: An Interview with Caitlin Welsh on the Impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on Food Security
he Russia–Ukraine war threatens global food security, especially in Asia and the MENA region, which heavily rely on Russian and Ukrainian wheat, oilseeds, and fertilizers.
After about ten days, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov declared that they had "written guarantees" from Washington.
ho would have thought that French President Emmanuel Macron and the Muslim minority living under pressure in France especially during his term, would breathe a sigh of relief at the same time, for the same reason, albeit for a temporary period! The war launched by Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 24, 2022, on the grounds of the “demilitarizing and de-Nazification of Ukraine,” turned the political climate in France upside down.
ould Russian President Vladimir Putin be prosecuted for war crimes in Ukraine? What about Russian military commanders and ordinary Russian soldiers? On the other side, could Ukraine President Volodmyr Zelensky, Ukrainian commanders or ordinary Ukrainian soldiers be prosecuted? These questions have taken on increased urgency as Russia’s military action in Ukraine promises to continue for an extended period of time.
Thousands of Russian art workers, businesses, and businesspeople face pressure either from Russia or from countries that oppose the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
n February 24, 2022, the Russian Federation started a wide-scale attack on Ukraine, referred to by Moscow as a “special military operation.
Three years later, Hungary gave a construction project to Russia for expanding Hungary's only nuclear plant with Russian financing, which has caused much speculation within the EU.