Georgi Asatrian

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

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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...

Central Asia and Its Role in global politics

There is a significant amount of high-quality scientific literature focused on Central Asia. Social and political scientists, historians, and anthropologists have studied this region...

The Taliban and International Diplomacy

The Taliban regime in Afghanistan is approaching international recognition. Although it may not happen at an official diplomatic level in the short term, there...

Taliban, its evolution and UN experts’ mistake

The UN experts came to rather controversial and too strong conclusions about the Taliban. In the special statement based on research work and analysis,...

Diplomacy and the Taliban

The Taliban's victory put many countries in an awkward position. They encountered the dilemma, whether to recognize the reality and go along with the...

Taliban’s Rationality

Significant political developments are occurring between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Despite their localized nature, and lack of global attention, they have significant implications for global...

Potential Threats, Fears and Strategic Analysis

Recently, a scholar from the London School of Economics and the author of an Oxford University Press book on Al-Qaeda, Sajjan Gohel, wrote an...

Pressure Tactic has little results

Political and diplomatic processes regarding the unrecognized Islamic Emirate continue to evolve. On the eve, two solid conferences were held in Islamabad and Dushanbe,...

The “Proxy” Dilemma and the Taliban

Pakistan-Taliban relations are deteriorating to the extent that one could even call it a fully-fledged crisis. With scathing statements from both sides, this is...

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Silicon Preponderance: Policy, Politics, and the Future of Global Semiconductor Markets

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The World Bank’s $1.5 Billion Loan to India: A Revolutionary Move in Green Energy

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A New Chapter in the South China Sea Dispute

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