Alexander LEVCHENKO

Russia and Ukraine

Why does the Kremlin need a smokescreen in the form of negotiations with the US and NATO

The negative result of the negotiations in Geneva and Brussels between the United States and Russia is quite satisfying for Vladimir Putin in unfolding the logic of a new strike on Ukraine. by ALEXANDER LEVCHENKO
NATO

Russia refers to 1997, forgetting about important things

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, arriving in Geneva for talks with the American side, scandalously declared that "NATO should pack its stuff and return to 1997." Why 1997? by ALEXANDER LEVCHENKO
Nursultan Nazarbayev

The events in Kazakhstan are a purely Moscow scenario. The Kremlin is preparing a bloodbath.

The latest events in Kazakhstan have definitively testified that they follow the Kremlin's script. by ALEXANDER LEVCHENKO
Bosnia and Herzegovina on the map of Europe

Russia is desperately fomenting conflict in the Balkans to divert attention from its aggression against Ukraine

Russia is actively fomenting a new war in Bosnia and Herzegovina to divert US and EU attention from Ukraine by ALEXANDER LEVCHENKO
Croatia

Croatian experience: return of the temporarily occupied territories and accession to NATO and the EU

At this difficult time for Ukraine, we need to take another close look at Croatia's experience of returning the temporarily occupied territories and joining NATO and the EU. by OLEKSANDR LEVCHENKO