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Results of the Syria peace talks in Nur-Sultan

Results of the Syria peace talks in Nur-Sultan

The twelfth round of the Syria negotiations (the so-called “Astana format”) was held in Kazakhstan`s capital Nur-Sultan
Turkey elections, Tripoli, Algeria

Turkey elections, Tripoli, Algeria

April, 1-7 - most important geopolitical events
With the Astana trio’s fourth meeting approaching, what do Turkish analysts think we can expect?

With the Astana trio’s fourth meeting approaching, what do Turkish analysts think we can expect?

The fourth summit of the Astana process on the Syrian settlement will be held on February 14 in Sochi
Why Did Iran Invite the Taliban to peace talks?

Why Did Iran Invite the Taliban to peace talks?

Less than a week after Ali Shamkhani returned to Tehran, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi announced that representatives of the Taliban had visited Tehran and that the Afghan government was aware of the visit.
The US plan to exit the INF Treaty and the creation of a European Army

The US plan to exit the INF Treaty and the creation of a European Army

US President Donald J. Trump’s late October announcement that Washington intends to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) with Russia, coupled with his personal distaste for arms control treaties and multilateral agreements, his interest in massive arms sales (especially to the autocratic Middle Eastern monarchies) and his perceived efforts to undermine NATO and the European Union (EU), have deepened the rift between Washington and Brussels and have prompted Europe to take steps toward the creation of a joint European army.
Monthly Review: July 2018

Monthly Review: July 2018

Key political events of July 2018
US-Russia ties: what should we take from the Trump-Putin meeting?

US-Russia ties: what should we take from the Trump-Putin meeting?

Trump and Putin met on the 16th of July in Helsinki. The meeting was held amidst a complex political background: just several days after the NATO summit (where Trump criticized Germany for collaboration with Russia) and his visit to UK, where he tried to establish the new anglo-saxon economical axis, including criticizing Theresa May’s lack of commitment to fulfilling the terms of Brexit negotiations.