Andrei Isaev

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international journalist

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Americans return to Syria for oil

Soon after the adoption of the Russian-Turkish Memorandum on Syria, President Trump, known for his "consistency" in decision-making, made it clear that he had no intention...

Africa becomes area of global competition

The widespread view of Africa as one huge problem point on the planet’s body characterized by pandemics, hunger, poverty and wars - the so-called “Afropessimism” -...

Eurasian integration: From economics to creation of a center of power

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin had every reason to congratulate his Armenian colleague Nikol Pashinyan with the outcome of the summit of Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) leaders...

US-Turkish partnership: “strategic” does not mean “reliable”

The continuing tension in the Middle East has yet again become a discussion point during the so-called top-level week of the 74th Session of the UN...

Netanyahu wants another meeting with Putin

An escalation of the Arab-Israeli confrontation was reported in late August following a terrorist attack that took place in a holiday resort popular among Israelis. A...

Turkey drifting from the West towards Russia?

In the years of the Cold War, Turkey positioned itself at the vanguard of the free, i.e. Western world, confronting the so-called “evil empire”. Many Turks,...

Idlib: The clock is ticking

On August 1-2, the Kazakh capital Nur-Sultan was playing host to the 13th round of inter-Syrian talks, held as part of the so-called Astana format....

Turkey: As S-400s arrive, passions burn on

On July 12, the first shipment of the Russian S-400 air defense missile systems arrived at Mürted Air Base near the Turkish capital Ankara. Washington has...

EU – Turkey: Friends at a distance

The recent conflict over Turkish drilling vessels exploring for oil in the exclusive economic zone of the Republic of Cyprus has triggered another wave of debates...

Passions over Syria rage on

The twists and turns of political developments in the Middle East largely stem from the rivalry between Saudi Arabia, Iran and Turkey. While Iran seeks greater...

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Research Findings on Migrant Smuggling in Southeast Asia

The recent report published by the UN Office on...

Work-from-Home to Vote-from-Home

The COVID-19 pandemic left behind many enduring legacies, with...

Israel and Hamas play whack-a-mole

Despite its devastating human and physical cost, Israel’s effort...

Making Sense of India-Bhutan Development Partnership

On his first overseas visit after assuming office in...
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