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What the West Fears About Russia, Finland Continues to Embrace

Russia’s all-out war on Ukraine continues into year two at a slugfest that is slowly favoring the Russian Federation. Due to political turmoil in...

Russia Continues to Leave Strategic Borders With NATO Open With Minimal Manpower

The Russian Federation, under longtime autocrat Vladimir Putin, lives in a state of ultra-nationalism and renewed imperialist ambitions—putting the country on a path of...

France-Armenia-India: Forging a Euro-Asia Strategic Alliance

Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has defended Armenia's armaments deals with France and India, emphasizing the situational necessity for the country's national security and defense....

Unable to Adapt: How the US Damaged Its Role in the South Caucasus Peace Process

Through its shortsighted actions, the Biden administration has damaged its chance to be an unbiased “mediator” in the peace process between Azerbaijan and Armenia....

German Defense Industry Expert at Finding Loopholes and Legal Cracks

The entire world wants German military equipment, but Berlin limits the sales to countries which abide by western standards regarding human rights and international...

UK Bribery Act: UK Companies to Be Cautious when Embarking on Joint Ventures with European Allies

British legislation is restrictive, demanding and compels UK companies to exercise utmost vigilance in partnerships with foreign businesses, as they might bear the consequences...

A Comprehensive Defense Partnership: Interpreting Türkiye’s Role in Bangladesh’s Military Modernization Drive

On the 2024 Global Firepower Index, Bangladesh ranks 37th among 145 states of the world. In the previous year, the country ranked 40th on...

France Continues to Derail the Peace Process in the South Caucasus Despite Countless Diplomatic Defeats

The Armenian-Azerbaijani peace process showed a positive development in December when the two countries held direct talks. This appears to concern external players though,...

The Visegrad Group Internal Conflict

The Visegrad Group is a political alliance of the four Central European countries of Hungary, Poland, Czechia, and Slovakia. Culturally aligned, along with sharing...

The EU’s Anti-money Laundering Authority is a Forward Step in Its Pursuit of Strategic Autonomy

Brussels is taking the lead in the fight against financial crime. The Council of the European Union and the Parliament have reached a final...

LNG: Germany’s Geopolitical Achilles Heel

So far, Germany has managed to overcome many of the economic challenges it has faced since weening itself off Russian gas with a hitherto...

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What the West Fears About Russia, Finland Continues to Embrace

Russia’s all-out war on Ukraine continues into year two...

Stagnant Corruption Perception Index, Evidence of the Dilapidation of Corruption Eradication in Indonesia

President Jokowi's term of leadership is almost reaching the...

The African Resurgence: From Conflict to Stability

Clearly, the horses have changed. There is a whole...

Iran’s Quest for Persosphere in the Middle East: From Historical Identity to Proxy Power Play

In Middle Eastern geopolitics, the relationship between Iran and...

Quad Initiative: Has It Been Successful in Maintaining Its Relevance?

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad), consisting of the US,...