Georgi Asatrian

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

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Belt and Road and Its Limits

The geopolitical processes in the world evolve quite torrentially. What’d be a result of the great Chinese Initiative ‘Belt and Road’? Only time will...

Fractured Politics and Backward Societies

The political interests in the world are in a state of deep upheavals, conflicts, and transformations. Seemingly, after everything the recent years have seen,...

No Alternatives for Taliban but Danger of Future Civil Conflict

Events and processes in Afghanistan are moving according to a negative scenario. Despite the significant information blockade, there is still some news regarding the...

The G20, the Global South and India

The G20 summit in India turned out to be not ordinary event. The summit of representatives of the largest economies and military-political potentials showed...

ISIS in Afghanistan exists, but the threat is overestimated

After a serious study, the UN Security Council management institutes issued a report concerning the activities of the Islamic State-Khorasan, a unit of an...

Is the Degradation of Afghanistan Permanent?

The situation in Afghanistan keeps deteriorating. Despite the lack of clear signs of upcoming chaos and destabilization, political, economic, and social processes show negative...

Misinterpretation of the Taliban and China

The deterioration of Afghanistan’s social and economic situation is obvious, and all international organizations and leading countries note it without exception. The author of...

Taliban should engage with the World

The stabilization of Afghanistan relies on the ability of the Taliban leadership to engage with the International Community and implement its demands. But some...

Power Distribution in Taliban and China’s Role

The Taliban’s power in Afghanistan is still strong and does not tend to fall in the near future. Nonetheless, the political situation continues to...

Taliban rule has been a disaster for women in Afghanistan

The Taliban's rule in Afghanistan is still powerful and does not tend to decline soon. Nevertheless, the political situation continues to deteriorate and worsen....

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Lack of Media Attention for MENA: Two sides of the Same Coin

For several decades on end, countries across the world...

The Resilient U.S.-Pakistan Relationship: From Cold War Alliances to Modern Partnership

This piece aims to validate the State Department’s statement...

BRICS ‘Suspends’ its Strategic Expansion: Implications and Challenges

Russia has suspended BRICS expansion. It happened on the...

International Law and the challenges in implementing UNCLOS: South China Sea Arbitration

The intensification of the South China Sea (‘SCS’) conflict...
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