Russia's foreign policy

Sergei Datsuk

Serhiy Datsyuk: Why NATO won't save Ukraine

Vladimir Putin's ultimatums to Ukraine and the West naturally raise the question of how effectively one can respond to Russia's threats. by SERHIY DATSYUK and YURI ROMANENKO
World Geopolitical Chess Board

The West is leaving: what kind of war is Putin simulating in Ukraine and why

The destruction of Ukraine by the "slow fire of chaos" is the key element in restoring Russia's imperial status on the world stage. by BOGDAN SAVRUTSKY
Geopolitics Chessboard

Putin's “Ultimatum” and the Russian-Ukrainian War of 2022

The publication of the so-called "draft treaty between the United States and the Russian Federation on legal security guarantees" launched a new round of escalation between the West and Russia. by ILYA KUSA, UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR THE FUTURE
Ukraine, Russia and USA

Alexander Chaly: How Ukraine can Avoid A New Russian Attack

For Ukraine, the moment of truth is coming in the light of Russia's latest ultimatums to the West. Diplomat Alexander Chaly explains in detail how Ukraine can avoid a scaring  scenario. by ALEXANDER CHALY, YURI ROMANENKO