Russia-Ukraine crisis: Can Turkey be a diplomatic breakthrough?
In the framework of the tensions between Russia and Ukraine, Turkey has been closely following the developments and is in close contact...
Taras Kuzio: On the normalization of the Turkish-Armenian relations
Taras Kuzio is a British political scientist, journalist and academic specializing in Ukrainian politics, economics and security affairs. During his three-decades-long career,...
Azerbaijani candidate for mayor of London: Big Data is becoming the new oil of our world
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Georgian domestic politics ahead of fall elections
Despite the pandemic, the domestic political life in Georgia is quite dynamic as the country is preparing for the parliamentary elections scheduled...
Pandemic, state and church in Georgia
The refusal of the clergy to cancel a number of public rituals and the state`s inability to extend nationwide restrictive measures to...
Pandemic and economic crisis in Lebanon
Photo: A wordplay in Lebanon: the “haircut” in the photo refers to the discounts that government wants to make on people`s deposits...
Is Belarusian independence under threat?
The deep frictions that appeared in the relationships between Moscow and Minsk in the late 2018, led many observers to suggest that...
Crimean Tatars after Russian annexation
The 2014 annexation of Crimea by Russia influenced not only geopolitics and international law, but also the lives of local people, most...
Kazakh population in China: an apple of discord or a bridge of friendship?
The Sayragul Sauytbay case re-surfaced some questions on the status of Kazakh population in Western China and evaluated the growing China-Kazakhstan economic...
Protests in Iran: what changes can they bring?
The harsh foreign sanctions that have been damaging Iran`s economy are dragging the regime to one of the hardest tests ever. Domestic...
Azerbaijan, Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: what is next? An interview with Laurence Broers
We are glad to present an interview with Mr. Laurence Broers, the Associate Fellow of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (London),...
Interview with Roza Otunbayeva (Part One): from the USSR to Kyrgyzstan
A prominent stateswoman and diplomat, Roza Otunbayeva has had huge impact on the modern history of Kyrgyzstan and even served as President...
Paramilitary groups in Central and Eastern Europe : necessary or outdated?
The operation of paramilitary groups in Central and Eastern Europe has been quite active, albeit less publicized, in recent years. The Ukraine...
Turks in Macedonia: current situation
The Turks constitute the third ethnic group in Macedonia. They preserve their identity and become more organized in their home country. Cemal Alindri,...