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Ukraine can be the next Denmark: Zelensky Peace Formula and new territorial realities

... Security Compact. Kofi Annan was a leading expert of the democratic world, and his legacy can be an inspiration for Ukraine security guarantees. Zelensky point 7: Justice Zelensky proposes the “establishment of a Special Tribunal regarding the crime of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine”. Instead of this ad hoc tribunal, Russia should propose to reform the existing permanent International Criminal Court of the Hague, Netherlands, starting with relocation to neutral territory outside NATO. This reformed permanent ICC should ...


Washington Likely to Ask EU Allies to Share More Burden on Aid to Kiev after Midterm Race

... package is likely to be approved by the outgoing Democratic Congress before January, but also because the majority of the newly elected Republicans do not have any fundamental objections to continue supporting Ukrainian war efforts and to weakening Russian President Vladimir Putin. However, there are a number of fine print notes to this general Republican support of the Biden administration's approach to Ukraine that might affect the US policies on this matter already in 2023 and beyond. First, the Republican Party has always been less generous with foreign aid than the Democratic Party. Such a thrift will inevitably manifest itself in times of mounting ...


Dare Question Support for Ukraine

... has resulted in a devastating loss of life, an ensuing energy crisis, and mounting fears of nuclear war; and you are politically canceled as a Putin ally. To be clear, asking questions about the reasons and costs to this conflict is not agreeing with Russia’s military course of action in Ukraine. To see the bigger picture, the financing of Ukraine is not simply advocating for the virtues of democracy, but rather peeling back the layers of history in the region, revealing Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky’s regimes crackdown on ...


How Russia Sees U.S. Sanctions

... under the deal reached truly vulnerable nations is being widely disputed. Another fact, that if it were not for the sanctions Russia could cover a significant part of food shortages, is being hushed up. All the while our readiness to immediately send up ... ... countries is being criticized as “too little, too late.” Meanwhile, the West continues to call the special operation in Ukraine—which they themselves provoked—the main source of the multiple crises in the global economy. They directly link the ...


Is a Marshall Plan for Ukraine possible?

... the U.S. aid program to Europe, which is a separate subject to discuss, we will confine ourselves to some relevant technical features of this initiative. Andrey Kortunov: Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict First of all, it would be wrong to think of the Marshall Plan as some bottomless source of financial resources that poured by the United States into the economy of Western Europe. In 1948–1951, Washington invested in Europe just over ...


Changing Roles: Why Countries of Middle East May be Future’s Best-Suited Mediators?

... cooperation with Russia and China, the two other centers of today’s world. Moscow views such approach as pragmatic and conducive to fostering dialog. Andrey Kortunov: Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict Russia and Turkey, for instance, have pragmatic and mutually respectful relations, which has recently allowed the two states to successfully overcome several crises in spite of their differences (Su-24 downed in Syria in 2015, the confrontation ...


Russia-Ukraine, India-Pakistan: Two Existential Conflicts in Eurasia

... This does not, however, exclude a possible constructive role of external actors in mediating or facilitating a peaceful settlement. Plausible Solutions Andrey Kortunov: Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict What does this mean for the future of India–Pakistan and RussiaUkraine relations? Today nobody can say with any confidence when and how the Russian military operation in Ukraine will end and what kind of a peace arrangement the two ...


Putin has proclaimed a new national idea for Russia as it abandons the dream of a Greater Europe

... Russia is de facto emerging. As to a Greater Russia, this requires more than a leader’s imagination. The Soviet Union, as the living generations remember it, was very much the product of the Great Patriotic War. The hybrid war with the West, of which Ukraine is only a small part, will doubtless reshape Russia. The question is, will it also transform it to fit the vision of a powerful economy and a vibrant society, faithful to its declared values – the substance, rather than the form of a Greater Russia. Source: RT


Cuban Missile Crisis 2.0 Over Ukraine?

... possibility of a nuclear conflict between Moscow and Washington. This issue has become even more acute in recent days when senior officials of the U.S. administration began sending us direct signals warning against the use of nuclear weapons in the Russian special military operation in Ukraine. Moreover, threats against us have started to be heard from the official establishment. Princeton University has even made predictions that millions of Americans and Russians would perish in the exchange of nuclear strikes . Sometimes it feels ...


25 trends in contemporary international relations and world development

... legal order. The former ideological antagonism of capitalism-communism is being replaced by another, democracy-authoritarianism, which is also designed to prolong Western dominance. As the non-Western world's response to Western sanctions pressure on Russia over the Ukraine crisis shows, this time we can judge the West's self-isolation and the marginalization of Euro-Atlantic politics to a regional level, ceasing to be global (in contrast to how it was in both World Wars and the Cold War). 5. Forming the basis for ...


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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