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Since the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, profound changes in Germany’s thinking about Russia can be observed.
The still strong oligarchic system will be one of the impediments in the process of reforming the Ukrainian state.
The New Silk Road has become the key instrument of China’s foreign policy, especially in the areas of public diplomacy and soft power.
The Ukrainian government has launched a series of actions to adapt the country to the de facto loss of control over part of the Donbas.
The crisis in Russia’s financial market has exposed the real scale of the economic problems that have been growing for several years.
The dissonance between the conservative slogans and its actual conduct suggest that the Kremlin’s ‘conservative project’ is purely instrumental in nature.