The author is a Master's student at the University of Tartu's International Relations and Regional Studies program. His research interests include Eurasian security, de facto states, and civil society development.
Mearsheimer Revisited: How Offensive Realism’s Founder Is Inconsistent on the Ukraine-Russia War
In his September/October 2014 essay in Foreign Affairs and March 2022 editorial in the Economist, John Mearsheimer argues that the 2014 occupation of Ukrainian...
Middle East and Africa
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