Seventy-one percent of Americans say the Russian attack on Ukraine has increased the possibility of nuclear weapons being used anywhere in the world.
The victorious Western alliance saw Russia as a crumbled post-Soviet state and did not make enough efforts to let Moscow join the power bloc.
Becoming a permanently neutral and federal country is the most realistic way to end the war in Ukraine and re-secure Europe for decades to come.
According to the Western-sponsored Budapest Memorandum, Kiev gave up its nuclear weapons in return for the Russian pledge of respect for Ukrainian territorial integrity.
NATO’s international credibility rapidly deteriorated since the end of the Cold War, and its reactions to Russia’s aggression is hardly a reassurance to Kiev.
Both leaders assaulted smaller neighbouring countries as part of the historical dynamics that began with the end of the Cold War.
In a moot effort to cling to its hegemony and keep NATO relevant, Washington has, in turn, allowed the invasion to happen.
The small unrecognised country is located along Moldova’s eastern border with Ukraine, making Transnistria a crucial location for a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine.
From Latin America to the Middle East, the US government has a history of turning its back on former allies like Panama’s Manuel Noriega who was toppled from power and jailed in America.
Information Age communication networks were supposed to help bring understanding between the West and Russia after the end of the Cold War. Unfortunately, it seems to have driven them apart for now.
A new book by Turkiye’s Communications Director highlights the world’s broken justice system after 9/11 and proposes a “more just world” in light of Ankara’s positive role in global politics.
Moscow’s massive military deployment along its border with Ukraine has sparked debate over what exactly the Russian army’s capabilities are.
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