The Kremlin’s “Balancing Act”: Russia’s Ties with both Israel and Iran
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The Kremlin’s “Balancing Act”: Russia’s Ties with both Israel and Iran

The Senior Advisor of the Foreign Policy Planning Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation denied that there ever was a so-called “Russia-Shia axis” like Alt-Media claimed for years and reminded the prestigious audience at Russia’s top think tank that her country militarily cooperates with both the Syrian armed opposition and…

Ukraine: Zelenskii’s Dilemma
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Ukraine: Zelenskii’s Dilemma

The recent elections to the Ukrainian Rada have yielded two most interesting results: First, almost all the nationalist parties failed to get even one representative elected to the Rada (Poroshenko’s and Timoshenko’s parties did get some seats, but only 25 each) Second, for the first time since the independence of the Ukraine, the country’s President…

Resignation of Kosovo’s Prime Minister Might Give Fresh Impetus to “New Balkans” Plan
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Resignation of Kosovo’s Prime Minister Might Give Fresh Impetus to “New Balkans” Plan

The resignation of the NATO-occupied Serbian Autonomous Province of Kosovo & Metohija’s so-called “Prime Minister” in reaction to his unexpected summoning by an international court as a suspect in an ongoing war crimes investigation opens up the possibility of infusing the “New Balkans” vision of regional geopolitical re-engineering with a fresh impetus if it results…