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  • Man who gave the Soviets a chance

    Man who gave the Soviets a chance

    Russians took to the streets en masse to resist the atte-m-p-ted coup. And, cruc-ially, soldiers refused orders to shoot fellow citizens.

    September 8, 2022
  • Reconstructing Ukraine

    Reconstructing Ukraine

    They need to ensure they do not compound that error by keeping regional powers and blocs out of the post-war planning process.

    September 5, 2022
  • Russian evolution

    Russian evolution

    Understanding this context is key to making sense of President Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine in February this year.

    August 29, 2022
  • Ukraine’s I-Day

    Ukraine’s I-Day

    The Biden administration let it be known on Wednesday that it was sending nearly $3 billion in weapons and equipment to Ukraine.

    August 27, 2022
  • Baltic conundrum

    Baltic conundrum

    He is now being severely criticised, perhaps unfairly because he can only action what the alliance’s member-states approve, for not following through on his rhetoric.

    August 25, 2022
  • No endgame in sight in Ukraine

    No endgame in sight in Ukraine

    Nato-reinforced Ukraine put up an unexpectedly formidable resistance, and the prowess of the Russian military machine also appears to have been overrated.

    August 25, 2022
  • Trilateral effort

    Trilateral effort

    Condemning the Kremlin for what he called “nuclear blackmail”, President Zelenaskyy demanded that Russian troops leave the plant.

    August 23, 2022
  • Logic of war

    Logic of war

    In 2021, he highlighted Nato’s rising military threat on his country’s western borders and demanded legal guarantees for Russia.

    August 18, 2022
  • Blue economy

    Blue economy

    The release of ‘India’s Blue Economy: A Draft Policy Framework’ by the Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister in late 2020 was another milestone in the evolution of India’s blue economy policy.

    August 8, 2022
  • View from Kiev

    View from Kiev

    The view from Kiev is that even a limited cease-fire, forget an end to hostilities, presents two grave perils for Ukraine.

    August 6, 2022
  • Moscow & Tehran

    Moscow & Tehran

    Nato allies have bolstered their military presence in Eastern Europe and provided Ukraine with weapons to help counter the Russian attack.

    July 25, 2022
  • Sanctions on Russian grain exports must be removed to improve food markets: Putin

    Sanctions on Russian grain exports must be removed to improve food markets: Putin

    The President expressed hope that all the restrictions will be waived in order to improve the situation in international food markets.

    July 20, 2022
  • New frontier

    New frontier

    While it is true that the information space in Africa is being targeted by Moscow, it is by no means the only player doing so.

    July 7, 2022
  • India-Russia trade will continue despite Western sanctions against Moscow: Envoy

    India-Russia trade will continue despite Western sanctions against Moscow: Envoy

    The envoy noted that the goals outlined in December 2021 at the annual bilateral summit in New Delhi are fully consistent with the enormous potential of the bilateral relations.

    July 6, 2022
  • UK Foreign Secy says Putin humiliating himself, calls for tough sanctions

    UK Foreign Secy says Putin humiliating himself, calls for tough sanctions

    UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has said Russian President Vladimir Putin is "humiliating himself on the world stage" and called for tougher sanctions on Moscow.

    May 13, 2022
  • Moscow bans entry of Japanese Prime Minister, Foreign Minister into Russia

    Moscow bans entry of Japanese Prime Minister, Foreign Minister into Russia

    Moscow has prohibited the entry of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi to Russia due to an unprecedented anti-Russian campaign launched by Tokyo, the Russian foreign ministry said on Wednesday.

    May 4, 2022
  • Russia’s currency bounces back after Moscow mandates payment for gas in gold-pegged ruble

    Russia’s currency bounces back after Moscow mandates payment for gas in gold-pegged ruble

    With the aim of supporting the ruble, the Russian Central Bank announced pegging the currency with gold -- one gram of gold is currently pegged at 5000 ruble.

    April 5, 2022