n a narrow diplomatic victory for China, the U.
he war in Ukraine has escalated after Putin’s official endorsement of the referendums in Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia and their subsequent annexation.
he Lausanne Peace Treaty of 1923 was used to settle many disputed aspects of the Greek-Turkish traumatic relations in the early 1990s—but not all.
he world has closely followed the latest Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Uzbekistan, as leaders gave their speeches, hinting at several threats and opportunities for the current international relations.
srael and Lebanon are moving towards an agreement on the longstanding maritime border dispute.
he rivalry between the U.
state’s foreign policy comprises its activities and initiatives to defend its relationships and interests in relation to other states, governmental and non-governmental actors, political entities, etc.
he 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) comes at a time when there are crises on nearly every front and world leaders have a lot on their plate.
ancy Pelosi, speaker of the United States House of Representatives, visited Taiwan on August 2, and met Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.
he United States’ unilateral moment is long gone, and the previously indisputable superpower is being confronted with new rising powers that are challenging its supremacy.
he Russian invasion of Ukraine not only led to a war between the two countries, but also brought about a discursive and value-laden struggle between western and eastern countries.
Notwithstanding the COVID19 outbreak, China-India trade increased to $67.
ccommodation or the right to adequate housing, as a human right, is an integral part of the right to an adequate standard of living.
lthough it is still unclear whether Turkey will launch another military operation against the PKK/YPG in Syria, the country has already been carrying out ad hoc military operations that have killed 2,000 terrorists between January and July 2022.
ensions between Serbia and Kosovo have returned to the forefront after on June 29 the authorities in Pristina announced their decision to impose a ban on cars with Serbian license plates crossing the Kosovo border.
n July 20, the European Union Commission announced its plan to provide 1.
s the end of August marks a year since the U.
ars affect everyone differently: men are forced to leave their loved ones behind to fight in a battle over which they have no say or control; women are left to care for non-combatants while becoming further vulnerable to dangers; and children are affected in ways we cannot even fathom.
he world is burning, with literal fires, but also in the sense of overheating economies.