Georgi Asatrian

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Georgi Asatryan, associate professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.

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On the Path to the Great Power Status: Modi’s Victory and Opportunities for India

Instability in world politics, the transitional nature of international relations, and the gradual destruction of the former unipolar Western-centered world order have a serious...

Taliban 3.0: Not rebels, but government

Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Justice reported to President Vladimir Putin that the Taliban could be removed from the list...

Radicalised migration poses a threat to Central Asia?

It is generally believed that countries in Central Asia are major suppliers of migrant workers. The countries such as Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, are...

Political Scientist: ISIS-Khorasan feels free in Pakistan

In 2015, the ISIS-Khorasan terrorist organization was established in Afghanistan and Pakistan as part of the Islamic State's expansion beyond Syria and Iraq. The...

Silent Recognition of the Taliban is not Enough

Taliban leaders have been discussing the idea of “silent recognition” in their private talks. They are not concerned by the fact that any international...

The Taliban and Afghanistan Independence

The situation in Afghanistan and South Asia is developing quite actively. The Taliban, who currently rule the unrecognised Islamic Emirate, are attempting to strengthen...

Balancing the Big Two

A significant number of intellectuals, and social and political scientists believe that the present era is characterized by an imminent confrontation between the United...

The Taliban can contribute to the fight against IS-K

The terrorist organisation known as “The Islamic State – Khorasan Province (IS-K)” has the potential to become one of the deadliest factions on the...

This year will be crucial for the Taliban

In 2024, gaining international recognition for the Taliban will be crucial from a diplomatic standpoint. The unrecognized Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, which was re-established...

The evolution of the Taliban can give a change for Afghanistan

There have been notable changes to the social and economic policies of the Taliban. The leaders of the Pashtun radical organization have achieved some...

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The Role of IPCC in Shaping National Policy on Climate Change Mitigation

Climate change has become a global discourse in the...

Warsaw Pact Retrospective in the Lens of International Regime Theory

The Warsaw Pact regime, once led by the formidable...

Claudia Sheinbaum makes history

The historic victory of Dr Claudia Sheinbaum with a...
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