... of states in the global ICT environment, which were outlined in the
resolution. These include: non-use of force or threat of force in the ICT environment, respect for state sovereignty, peaceful resolution of disputes, inadmissibility of unproven accusations of cyberattacks, etc.
In the early 2000s, this topic, largely due to the efforts of Russian diplomats, entered the agenda of most global and regional forums, including the SCO, CSTO, BRICS and others. IIS is currently one of the key topics.
... controlled by Damascus). Russia has
this in every possible way. In 2022, the UN was able to
aid delivered across the front lines to the north-west of the country, providing Syrians with food, medical supplies and other supplies to thousands of those in need. The UN notes that the route of humanitarian aid deliveries, which runs through the line of contact, is quite dangerous, as it passes through areas in which hostilities continue.
According to UN Secretary-General António Guterres, from July 2021, when
Cyberspace is increasingly becoming a major area of confrontation in the U.S.-Russia relations.
Since 1998, the UN has annually adopted a Russia-sponsored resolution titled Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security. A year ago, however, Russia and the U.S.
for the first time submitted
a joint draft ...
... longer be stopped.
The coming period will be the time for defining a new power base of the order, and it is still difficult to say which powers and to what extent will become part of it.
It is important that the great powers of the present time - the USA, Russia, China and India - are not close or, moreover, united in terms of values and understanding of the basic principles of internal order. So far, the biggest problem is the behaviour of the United States and inpidual countries of Western Europe, which, due to their internal values, are pursuing an aggressive ...
... There is extreme fragmentation, with various interest groups covering for themselves without taking into account the interests of all participants. The organisation worked exactly as long as its decisions brought benefits primarily to the developed countries like the USA and Europe. Similar stories can be told about almost any of the multilateral institutions, where the membership of the “older” states of the “golden billion” is combined with the rest of the world. Suffice it to recall that already in 2018,...
How to kickstart strategic dialogue between Russia and the United States, given the collapse of all official channels and communication systems?
A plethora of fora organized by international institutions this fall, above all by the United Nations with its “ministerial week” involving heads of states and ...
In reforming the UN Security Council, it is necessary to pay heed to the position of all its members, not just to the declaratory statements of a single permanent member state
In the run-up to the
77th session of the UN General Assembly
, U.S. Permanent Representative ...
... influence the Global South and the future international order from a Russian perspective for “
Ukraine Shifting the World Order”
Study the historian before you begin to study the facts
" – Edward H. Carr
International relations are unfolding against the backdrop of a war more than ever before. The collapse of US supremacy and Western efforts to consolidate a liberal order following the Cold War brought on a crisis in the globalized economy and the welfare state, making it hard to ...
... At the same time, Russian servicemen are engaged in humanitarian demining of farmland. More than 12,000 explosives on 200 hectares of fields have been deactivated.
As for the alleged cases of grain stealing, we categorically reject such baseless accusations. It was clearly stated on June 7 by Stéphane Dujarric, spokesperson for the UN secretary-general, that the organization does not have any evidence of such crimes.
Russia is not trying to impede Ukrainian food exports. We understand very well the importance of resuming supplies ...
Q&A by Alexander Gasyuk, Rossiyskaya Gazeta’s foreign affairs correspondent
, a renowned Columbia University Professor of economics and former Special Advisor to three UN Secretaries-General, espouses views uncommon for the mainstream media in the West when it comes to the real origins of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Professor Sachs argues that ...