Russia


Humanitarian Development In The Press Conferences But Not Enough On The Table At This Year’s G20

It was with an expected degree of irresolution that this year’s G20 Summit concluded in Hamburg, Germany, following discussions held over July 7th and 8th. Questions of Donald Trump’s presidency, in particular, dominated media coverage of the event as the American president engaged in publicized one-on-one meetings with Russia’s Vladimir […]


Potential Game Changer In Syria: Trump Abandons Failed CIA Program

President Donald Trump appears to be charting a coherent executive foreign policy that is the prerogative of every incumbent president, despite widespread opposition by the mainstream media, Congress, the Republican and Democratic establishments, and U.S. intelligence agencies, which have been at odds with President Trump since he proposed pragmatic cooperation […]


Ukraine Seeks NATO Membership Plan 1

Following Russia’s annexation of Crimea in March of 2014, the majority of Ukrainians have supported a path towards NATO membership. This resolution to join the international organization stands in direct political opposition to Moscow and serves as a means for resolving violence in eastern Ukraine, specifically the regions of Avdiivka […]


Russia’s Strategic Interests On The Korean Peninsular

This article will evaluate Russia’s strategic interests on the Korean Peninsular. Historically, Russia has condemned the growth in North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and provocative behaviour. However, recently, under the Presidency of Vladimir Putin, Russia has changed tact and instead seeks to mollify North Korea. This position is vastly different […]


Trump And Putin: The Commanders-In-Chief

The latest congregation of the most powerful nations of the world, which has been dubbed the G20, has rounded up in the German city of Hamburg with Heads of States and governments failing to convince America’s President Donald Trump to come back to the Paris Climate Change Agreement. However, attention […]


Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Released

After serving a 25-day prison sentence, Russian anti-corruption activist and opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been released from detainment this week. Navalny was initially arrested and sentenced to a 30-day jail term on June 12th after inciting anti-Kremlin and anti-corruption protests which took place in over 100 cities – including […]


Division In The Gulf States

Tension has occurred in the Middle East as Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have accused Qatar of supporting Islamist terrorist groups including ISIS, al-Qaeda and The Muslim Brotherhood. They believe such action impinges on their security and stability. Diplomatic links have been closed, Qatari citizens living in […]


Jordan, Russia, And The U.S. Secure A Peace Deal For Syria’s Southwest

Russia, the U.S. and Jordan have reached a trilateral ceasefire agreement in Syria’s southwestern region, the BBC reports. The ceasefire comes at a crucial time in Syria’s six-year long civil war, as the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) continue their U.S.-backed campaign to clear the Islamic State (IS) from its […]