Russian foreign policy

Volodymy Zelensky and Antony Blinken

Avoid war, save negotiations: why did Blinken come to Ukraine?

An unexpected visit of the US Secretary of State to Ukraine is hardly just a courtesy visit or a political gesture. The States have two tasks they intend to accomplish. by ILIIA KUSA, UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR THE FUTURE
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
Vladimir Putin and Joseph Biden

Geneva Security Dialogues: Putin's Neo-Helsinki Maneuvers in a Changing World

Ilya Kusa sums up the results of the meeting of the US and Russian delegations in Geneva, where the issues of the new architecture of the world system were discussed. by ILYA KUSA, UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF THE FUTURE
Chevron

Crisis in Kazakhstan: how Moscow plays with Washington using Chevron

Russia's military presence is not accidental, as it may seem at first glance, appeared in Azerbaijan in 2020, and now in Kazakhstan. by Michael Gonchar
Map of protests in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan: the game of thrones. How Nazarbayev's clan started a bloody mess

A day later, the situation in Kazakhstan cleared up somewhat, but my soul did not feel calmer. The sequence of events can now be reconstructed as follows. by ANDREY ZUBOV
On the likelihood of a large-scale Russian offensive against Ukraine

On the likelihood of a large-scale Russian offensive against Ukraine

Russia has already launched an offensive, and not against Ukraine, but against Western Europe by means of gas blackmail. Vladimir Stus analyzes the goals of key players in global geopolitics from different perspectives. by VLADIMIR STUS
War between Russia and Ukraine

What kind of war is Russia waging with Ukraine: what you need to know about the "invasion" in January 2022

In Ukraine, there is a very simplified understanding of war as a concept and a very simplified understanding of the threats in the war with Russia. by BOGDAN SAVRUTSKY 
Which "Squid Game" is Ukraine played with - Part 3: what does Putin want?

Which "Squid Game" is Ukraine played with - Part 3: what does Putin want?

Of course, Russia's aggressive foreign policy is a consequence of the weakness of the West, which does not have a well-thought-out strategy to deter Russia. by STEFAN ZAKREVSKY