The US and its Western and other allies and partners are doubling down on sanctions against Russia but Moscow could react in an unexpected way
Moscow has asserted that protecting the Russian and Russian-speaking minorities was a key reason for invading Ukraine. Historian Dmitry Shlapentokh examines this claim.
To explain the context of Russian nationalism today, Dmitry Shlapentokh documents how Eurasianism has shifted from ideology and national ideal to geopolitical claim
An analysis of the security challenges Tokyo faces, particularly with China, given the possibility that Beijing may attempt to take control of Taiwan.
The Russian president will go down in history as the figure of this era who has done the most harm and caused so much tragedy.
Fundamental differences between the approaches of the two sides to data governance remain.
Nationhood, citizenship and identity are more and more intertwined and complex in the globalized world.
This punitive action will prompt economies in Asia to enhance their own mechanisms for support in financial crises and, over time, to reduce reliance on the US dollar.
Are these sanctions as efficient as they seem or claim to be?
While the actions of Brussels and Berlin have been portrayed as something of a coming-into-their-own power play, the approach is redolent more of symbolism than substance
While much attention is on how China is approaching the Ukraine crisis, India’s posture could be more revealing of the volatile world of geopolitical rivalries.
The tense situation could offer an opportunity for China to show global leadership by mediating between Russia and Ukraine.
Washington must consider India’s key role in challenging China, both within and outside the emerging Quad framework