Many Russians have moved to former Soviet republics such as Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Georgia, fleeing Vladimir Putin's mobilization. These countries, long undervalued by the Russians as a source of cheap labor, now are seen as an opportunity to acquire the skilled knowledge workers their economies need.
This article examines recent actions and threats related to nuclear weapons may signal a departure from decades long nuclear deterrence strategy by China and Russia.
Turkey plans to build a nuclear plant with the help of Russia. Both states are known for their disregard of international law and the use of illegal force to further their international aims. The history of how Pakistan became a nuclear power may be a sign of things to expect…
This article is an introduction to the international affairs of the Middle East, with the focus countries being the UAE, Greece, Iran, the KSA, and Iraq.
This paper examines several dimensions of the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine and explores the events that could most likely trigger a war between Russia and NATO countries.
Canada failed to respond to German entreaties to buy Canadian LNG, so Germany turned to Mexico. The world market structure could change as a result.
EU president Von der Leyen’s energy market proposals will hit back as a boomerang. A reassessment of energy supply and demand should be put in place, while recapturing the need for a stronger energy mix, including hydrocarbons and nuclear. Current market restructuring dangerous for EU’s energy and economic security.
In a time of energy supply weaponization and everlasting Chinese thirst for energy and natural resource, what is the rest of the world to do?