UN documents 94,000 deaths in Syria conflict, says real number much higher

2013-06-13 17:32:28

Killings only included if name of victim, date and location of death are known; 'Extremely high rate of killings' reflects 'drastically deteriorating pattern,' UN human rights commissioner says.

Taksim Square: What geopolitical game is Turkey being implicated in?

2013-06-13 12:52:58

Interest of the global media towards the developments in Turkey is not accidental. Initially described as resentment against the plans to cut limited number of trees in the Taksim Square, the essence of the protests has changed. There are differing opinions regarding the true motives behind the protest movement that has engulfed several large cities of the country. Therefore, views of the media are...

ECB will not buy bonds to save profligate states

2013-06-11 19:53:08

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Monday the organization would not use its yet-to-be-activated bond-buying program to save profligate countries from insolvency, but only to preserve the euro.

Armenia – source of the geopolitical threat

2013-06-11 13:13:50

South Caucasus has entered a complex geopolitical phase. Changes are evident in the policy conducted by the global powers in the region as they take defiant and harsh position. Diplomatic engagement has also increased. Obviously, large powers demand regional states to calibrate their geopolitical positions. One cannot fail to notice Armenia being overwhelmed with hesitations - a sentiment that also prevails in the...


2013-06-10 15:11:40

London – fascinating city that retained its historical appearance

Armenia-Russia: current contradictions and the Armenian vagary

2013-06-07 13:21:27

Lately, Anti-Russian rhetoric has been on the rise in the Armenia's media. Experts explain this by the intensification of the ongoing regional processes. Armenians express their resentment towards Moscow by forwarding harsh accusations against the Kremlin. Admittedly, there are many odd points to Armenia's stance towards Russia. Logically, Yerevan should have been extremely grateful...

Middle East: development scenarios of the geopolitical landscape

2013-06-05 11:26:21

It has been several years that the Middle East dominated the world geopolitical agenda. There are different analyses, commentaries and remarks on the issue. One gets an impression that eminent analysts and experts either deliberately ignore the truth or the situation is so complex that there is no clear end to uncertainty. In any case, along with being the arena for contradictions, conflicts and...

European Union: road to regional integration runs through Baku

2013-06-03 12:05:26

European Union attaches great significance to cooperation with the countries of the South Caucasus. Certain actions are taken in this direction within the "Eastern Partnership" program. Number of indexes is taken into account during adjustment of mutual ties. In this regard, conclusions of the report titled "Costs and Benefits of Labour Mobility between the EU and Eastern Partnership Partner Countries" are notable...

Global leadership: struggle for vacant position

2013-05-31 13:16:54

Several months prior to 9/11 a book titled "Does America Need a Foreign Policy?" was released. Kissinger was the author. Western political thinking was experiencing difficulties with comprehension of its substance. Such a healthy, yet simple logic that "every country needs a foreign policy" was treated with a bit of sarcasm. In the meantime, in his book, Kissinger was explaining that after the Cold War U.S. foreign policy is...

Parag Khanna: "How to run the world?"

2013-05-24 13:08:46

Complex processes are brewing in the global geopolitics. Experts are growingly concerned about the future fate of the world. Renowned political scientists suggest various solutions. In this regard, a book by Indian American political scientist Parag Khanna titled "How to Run the World: Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance" deserves attention. Some experts consider it a "revanche of liberalism". His first book titled "The Second World...

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When a new energy revolution makes the Russians nervous
25 March 2019 The Washington Times

When a new energy revolution makes the Russians nervous

Upon arrival in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, the first thing you notice is the boomtown feel.

Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire
24 September 2018 The Hill

Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire

History is littered with real wars, like those in Afghanistan, Iraq and Vietnam, that were supposed to be won quickly and cheaply but turned out to be the most expensive and inconclusive of quagmires.