Politics

Kyiv's glass was half full at the NATO summit in Lithuania

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - July 12, 2023.

Ukraine's high expectations that it would receive a clear and time-defined path for its future membership in the Alliance from the NATO leaders did not...

A more global NATO as a long-term guarantee for containing Russia

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - July 7, 2023.

Vilnius must not be the new Bucharest. It is as if some ominous threat has been hovering over the NATO summit in the capital of...

Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit - what is the future of a club based on anti-politics?

Politics The Editorial Board - July 5, 2023.

The annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) lasted only a few hours, as the leaders of the nine-member organisation needed to read prepared...

The Black Sea grain deal is at a crossroads - a dangerous compliance with Russian blackmail

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - July 4, 2023.

The clock has been rapidly ticking towards the expiry of the current two-month extension of the Black Sea grain deal, thus triggering potential for a...

The Wagner Group rebellion - the end of Putin's authority among remaining friends in the world

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - June 25, 2023.

The friends of Russia and Vladimir Putin, who said that the rebellion of Yevgeny Prigozhin and his Wagner paramilitary group was "an internal matter for...

The Africa Peace Initiative - an inevitable failure

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - June 19, 2023.

A peace plan for the war in Ukraine drafted by a group of several African states had little prospect for success, even before promoters travelled...

A new US law provides scope for the compensation of war damages to Ukraine by Russia

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - June 17, 2023.

The US may soon have legislation allowing financing of the reconstruction of Ukraine from frozen Russian assets. This precedent would open the door for other countries...

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