Eastern Europe

Lithuanian society is left shaken by plans to raise retirement age

This month Lithuanian society is left shaken after spreading the news about the increasing of the retirement age. In Lithuania, the retirement age has...

Why there is New Escalation in Ukraine War?

Russia and Ukraine war has entered its second phase where violence and destruction become more prevalent with less possibility of negotiation between the conflicting...

Ukraine And Pakistan: The Games Politicians Play

It has often been said that the first casualty of war is truth, and Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of the part of Ukraine that...

Putin’s Crimes Against Peace in Ukraine: “Friction”-Based Risks of Nuclear Conflict

Abstract: Until the end of 2022, Vladimir Putin issued a series of explicit nuclear threats against the United States. Such threats,  once easily dismissed...

How Did Negotiations to Persuade Ukraine to Give Up Soviet Nuclear Weapons On Its Soil Succeeded?

This paper draws on primary and scholarly sources from the soviet era which convinced the Ukrainian leadership to give up their nuclear arsenal which...

Peace supporters versus peace breakers on the Lachin Road

The news agenda of the South Caucasus has been filled with the protests of Azerbaijani eco-activists on the Lachin–Khankendi road. On this road, which...

Ukraine can be the next Denmark: Zelensky Peace Formula and new territorial realities

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky proposed a Peace Formula in 10 points to end the conflict. It was rejected by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov,...

The Brzezinski Doctrine And NATO’s Response To Russia’s Assault On Ukraine

The American-Polish scholar Zbigniew Brzezinski has proven to be one of the most insightful of the geostrategists, old-guard Kremlinologists, and futurologists of the 20th...

Environmental cost of the war: momentum towards international responsibility of Armenia for ecocide

Ecocide to destroy the potential of a future for our children is a crime that bothers the mind. -Terence McKenna. Today marks a month since...

Lithuanians fully dissatisfied with Simonyte’s government

Lithuanians feel fully dissatisfied with the government’s budget for 2023. The main disappointing thing is the goal to reach 2.52 percent of GDP and...

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