The dissatisfaction with Angela Merkel’s migration policy has hit a new high after the July attacks in Germany.
It may be assumed that Russia intends to use the present escalation of exchanges of fire to put more pressure on Kyiv, and mainly on the West.
Developments in the Chinese coal sector have revealed a series of fundamental challenges to the changes in China’s economic model.
The question about the role of the armed forces in the information space is in fact a question about the role of the factor of force in the Kremlin’s policy.
Russia has ultimately opted for the strategy of joining a stronger partner instead of choosing the strategy of counterbalancing the rising power of China.
These attacks – even if they were unrelated – add credibility to slogans heard from anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim groupings.
Whatever the solution to the crisis over the occupied police station, internal chaos in Armenia is likely to deteriorate in the coming weeks.
Moscow received the IOC’s decision not to suspend the whole Russian national team from the Olympics with considerable relief.
Immediately after the failure of the attempted military coup, the President of Turkey has began a strict crackdown on its alleged organisers.
Germany’s stance on strengthening NATO’s eastern flank has evolved over the last two years.