The EU Shouldn’t Beat Itself Up over 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War: That’s Its Ultimate Power Projection Challenge
There were a lot of bad news for the European Union during the five-week Nagorno-Karabakh War in the fall of
It’s been centuries now and Germany, the supposed leader of the democratic supranational European Union, still can’t seem to figure
Russian troop movements on the border with Ukraine, the situation of Kremlin critic Navalny: Relations with Russia are at a
A Russian court has slapped Twitter Inc. with a $116,800 penalty for its failure to delete an alleged banned content.
With EU-Russia relations at rock bottom following the arrest of dissident politician Alexei Navalny, a vicious crackdown on protesters, and
The government of Russia has sent at least 2,000 individuals tasked to maintain peace in Nagorno-Karabakh as the long dispute