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.
n February 24, 2022, the Russian Federation started a wide-scale attack on Ukraine, referred to by Moscow as a “special military operation.
From the beginning of the Syrian uprising, several Arab countries were almost unanimous in isolating the Syrian regime to punish it for its violations of Arab League resolutions and the rights of the Syrian people.
uring the post-Cold War period, Turkey-Russia relations shuttled between geopolitical competition and economic cooperation.
n February 27, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the citizens to create the “International Legion of Territorial Defense of Ukraine.
apanese policy-makers have jumped at the Ukraine crisis as an opportunity to boost the country’s credentials as a reliable member of the Western alliance—a goal stated clearly at every juncture.
n Tuesday, March 15, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed the U.
For example, one can focus on the human rights aspect and, in this context, on how much Russia's previous war tactics in Chechnya and Syria have come to the fore in Ukraine.
ran-backed proxies are involved in almost every major crisis in the Middle East.
lobal security has the extraordinary characteristic that states, irrelevant of their strength, do not respond according to their capacity.
The process of normalization is expected to bear fruit with Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s planned visit to Turkey on March 9-10.
he Russian invasion of Ukraine will have a tremendous impact on all European countries.