Oksana Salabai

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Oksana Salabai is a PhD candidate of International Relations and Diplomacy at the School of International and Public Affairs, Jilin University China. An alumnus of Ivan Franko National University of L’viv, Ukraine.

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The Role of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank For Developing Countries

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a multilateral development bank that was established in 2016 with the aim of financing infrastructure projects in...

Indonesia: Climate Change Challenges

Indonesia is a nation that faces the threat of drowning land due to the impact of global warming. Rising sea levels, caused by the...

Diplomacy behind Biden’s surprise visit to Kyiv nearly one year after russia’s invasion

On Monday, U.S. President Joe Biden made an unexpected visit to Kyiv prior to his planned trip to Poland, four days before the first...

One Belt, One Road: China’s Initiative to Connect Eurasia and Expand its Influence

Abstract: One Belt, One Road (OBOR) is a Chinese-led initiative that seeks to enhance Eurasian economic connectivity through the overland Silk Road Economic Belt...

The Politics of Lithium Extraction in Africa: Economic, Environmental and Geopolitical Impact

Abstract: Lithium is a vital resource used to produce batteries for electric cars and other high-tech devices. China is currently the world's largest producer...

Russian Army Retreated from Kherson: A Military Defeat or A Smart Move?

The order of the Russian army to retreat from Kherson is a major turning point in the war in Ukraine and one of Russia's...

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