China-US trade war
Winter in Moscow, the wuthering of the war and the search for a new form
When the white blanket of snow is gone in spring, Russia will have a lot of promise.
Putin: The world has entered a period of revolutionary transformation
The breaking of Western hegemony is irreversible, Russian President said after the referendums on accession to the Russian Federation.
The world and Russia, Russia and the world: from Perestroika to the Ukrainian conflict – Part I: Results and consequences of the Soviet collapse
Edited version of a speech held in the Valdai Forum on June 30th, 2022.
New split in the West
The tide turns in the West towards those that call for a ceasefire and negotiations in Ukraine - to the disadvantage of those that demanded Russia's defeat.
The triangle of Turkey-Russia-Israel, the Eastern Mediterranean and the opportunities
The equation, formed by the complete rupture of Russian-European relations, leads the countries of the Eastern Mediterranean to new options.
The end of US Hegemony and the multipolar Mediterranean
Considered a 'mid-ocean', the Mediterranean turns more and more into a space of multpolarity in both economic and security terms.
Turkish experts discussed the Ukrainian crisis and the Crimea issue
Which role should Turkey play in the Black Sea? Experts' proposals for Ankara
Mistakes in Turkey’s policy on Ukraine and Crimea
“The Ukrainian issue is an operation of attrition against Turkey and Russia.”
“Turkey, Russia and China can jointly develop a solution for Afghanistan”
Former Turkish Foreign Minister Yakış and political scientist Adıbelli point out that NATO efforts have failed. They emphasize that Turkey, Russia and China are the countries keeping the embassies in Kabul open.
The Crimea Platform – A trap for Turkey
The US is preparing by using the the FETO a new trap for Turkish-Russian relations over the issue of Crimea
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