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Draft Legislation in Russia Proposes “Loyalty Agreement” for Foreigners

Read: How Russia Instrumentalizes Orthodoxy in Africa Implications for historical narratives and family values A particular point of contention in the legislation is its stipulation against "distorting the historical truth" about the Soviet Union's role in World War II, specifically its victory over Nazism — a narrative that President Vladimir Putin has frequently paralleled with contemporary geopolitical conflicts, notably the annexation of Crimea.

Nakba 2023 in Gaza

n official document of Israel’s Ministry of Intelligence recommends that Israel carry out a forced and full transfer of all residents of the Gaza Strip to North Sinai, Egypt as the preferred option among the three alternatives it offers regarding the future of the Palestinians in the Strip at the end of the war and calls on the international community to harness the move.

Hungary’s Orban Stands Against EU-Ukraine Membership Talks

Read: Can Europe Handle Challenges Created by Russia over Ukraine? Status of Ukraine's territory Addressing the broader questions about Ukraine's candidacy, Orban pointed to the complexities of considering EU membership for a country currently engaged in conflict, raising practical concerns over the indeterminate status of Ukraine's territory and population due to the ongoing war.

Putin to Stay in Power Until 2030

Read: Vladimir Putin's Art of Assassination Putin at home and the world Internationally, Putin’s decision to run occurs against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, which has drawn the most significant global confrontation with the West since the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.

Wagner: “We Are Coming Back”

Additionally, recent reports from the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) suggest that some ex-members of the Wagner mercenary company were seen fighting in Ukraine, but now under the banner of the Russian military.