he Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research (SETA) recently published a report titled “War in Ukraine and Its Global and Turkey Impacts.
Russian ambassador to North Korea Alexander Matsegora is quoted in the Russian newspaper Izvestia as saying that North Korea is willing to send workers to help rebuild the Russian-occupied Donbas region, which suffered heavily from bombardment in the first months of the war.
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.
Since the start of the war, the international community has been warning against a global food shortage, which had already begun to be felt as an outcome of the COVID19 pandemic.
The UN was established to prevent the reoccurrence of the great destructions and humanitarian sufferings caused by the past wars, World War II being the most prominent.
onths after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the war seems to have fallen short of its main objectives.
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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.
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.
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Finally, the war in Ukraine is giving new impetus to food and input prices.
In the final days leading to the elections, the war in Ukraine reflected heavily on campaign narratives, increasing voter turnout to 69.
uring the post-Cold War period, Turkey-Russia relations shuttled between geopolitical competition and economic cooperation.
The Russia-Ukraine war will prompt many countries to increase their annual defense spending.
n February 24, in the morning, following Russian President Vladimir Putin’s public address to the nation, Russia launched its so-called special military operation, which has proven to be a full-scale invasion and war, never officially declared as such by Moscow.
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.