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A ‘Patriotic Heretic’ Favoring Renewal of U.S.-Russian Détente

... 2016. tiny.cc/wu4ksz . ICJ. “Accordance with international law of the unilateral declaration of independence in respect of Kosovo.” 2010. bit.ly/3aJzu8E . Karatnycky, Adrian and Alexander J. Motyl. “The end of Volodymyr Zelensky’s honeymoon.” ... ..., 6 November 2014. brook.gs/3b4da9I . Prashad, Vijay. Washington Bullets . New Dehli: Leftworld, 2020. Roth, Andrew. “Thousands march in Kyiv to oppose Ukraine peace plan,” The Guardian , 14 October 2019. bit.ly/3tWqHZK . Rumer, Eugene and Richard ...

18.03.2021

CIA National Intelligence Estimates on the Cross-Strait and Sino-Russian Relations

... South-Ossetia is therefore a hypothesis suggested by the CIA in its report. Finally, the analysis considers that China's refusal to allow Russia to exert influence in Xinjiang and China's western territories, as well as tensions in the Russian Far-East,... ... regarding de facto and partially recognized states. In 2000, it was difficult to know whether Beijing would be ready to recognize Kosovo, Transnistria, Abkhazia, South Ossetia or even Nagorno-Karabakh. On decade later in 2011, it is clear that Chinese diplomacy ...

27.05.2020

Possible International “Package Solution” Formats on the Balkans Issue

... Europe on an equal footing or very close to being equal. However, in the context of the recent developments, this scenario is considered to be the most rational one for the Balkan states themselves. Ekaterina Entina, Dejan Novakovic: Negotiations on Kosovo 2019 — Opportunities and Limitations for Russia Long-term Scenario of a “Package” Settlement The “spontaneous” territorial organization designed for the Balkan peoples did not bode well with them. Some representatives of the local establishment ...

18.01.2019

Negotiations on Kosovo 2019 — Opportunities and Limitations for Russia

How could Russia get a leading role in final resolution of the Balkan issues? In early 2018, negotiations on Kosovo seemed to be progressively moving towards their final stage. Brussels, in its turn, triumphantly reported on some kind of a decision (never actually been publicly presented), which by the end of the year would have allowed to reach a final settlement....

17.01.2019

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