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What if four or five out of the seven vulnerable straits and canals were blocked at once?
A one-year extension to the current aid arrangements would be no one’s first choice—but would ensure civilians in Idlib continue to receive help
We have no need in a VIP limousine equipped with a motorcycle engine
Investors have again started talking about "geopolitical risk"
To Prevent a Full-Scale War from Starting, The Situation in Donbass Needs to Be Stabilized
Moscow believes that for JCPOA talks to be successful, Washington and Tehran must synchronise their concessions: the former unfreezes Iranian assets and lifts sanctions, the latter is gradually…
As the most interested parties, Iran and Russia remain the main drivers of Iran’s rapprochement with the EAEU
Interview with Dr. Daniel Stauffacher, Founder and President of ICT4Peace
Interview for the Global Times
Interview with Dr. Jack Thompson, Senior Strategic Analyst at the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies
We will stay alive if we avoid nuclear war. Until now, this has been possible, first of all thanks to arms control
Does exploiting the current crisis in Donbass by Warsaw really serve the regional stability and the U.S. long-term strategic goals vis-à-vis Moscow?
Alfredo Toro Hardy
Leonid Leonid Grigoryev, Adrian Pabst
Российский совет по международным делам - РСМД