Georgi Asatrian

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

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Misunderstanding Reality of Afghanistan

The Taliban movement, which has dominated Afghanistan since August 15, 2021, is still subject to diplomatic pressure from Russia, China, Uzbekistan, and several other...

States, not Taliban, Make Order or Anarchy in Afghanistan

The Taliban movement is still the terrorist organization with a radical Islamist ideology. With the support of Pakistani military the organization is also a...

Political Scientist: Taliban Rule will not bring Afghanistan to the Stability and Development

The evidence suggests that the Taliban movement cannot stabilize Afghanistan and does not want to fight international terrorism that threatens the region and stability...

The Taliban and the current Afghanistan

After the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, the Afghan state and the public rapidly declined. The country's territories have become the source of international...

Anarchy, Community of States and “Talibans”

The Taliban's re-accession to power in Afghanistan is approaching an anniversary. Representatives of the extreme ethnic movement entered Kabul unopposed on August 15, 2021....

Pakistan: failed state or Regional Power

The unexpected and abrupt change of power in Pakistan has shown the weakness of semi-isolated autocracies in an unstable and transit system of international...

The great and regional Powers are tired of Afghanistan

More than ten opposition groups, parties and associations have already been created outside and inside Afghanistan. The Afghanistan Freedom Front, the Afghan National Liberation...

Asatryan: Tensions rise within the Taliban

The Taliban has established tight control over almost all provinces of Afghanistan. To date, their power has practically no serious alternatives. No one opposition...

Summit without System

It is clear why the Russia—U.S. Presidential summit is in the limelight of the world community. In the history of international relations, high-level meetings...

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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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