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South Africa no longer has excuses for neutrality on Russian aggression against Ukraine

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - May 14, 2023.

The US discovery that South Africa had supplied Russia with weapons despite its declared neutrality towards the invasion of Ukraine dispelled doubts confirming Pretoria as...

Japan and NATO rapprochement - geography is irrelevant when interests overlap

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - May 11, 2023.

The forthcoming NATO summit in Lithuania in July will bring together participants and guests, which was hard to imagine just a few years ago. Finland will...

The diplomatic mission of the Vatican - permanent peace in Ukraine or service to Russia?

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - May 1, 2023.

The visit of Pope Francis to Hungary had very pragmatic overtones, regardless of the magnificent welcome and the outdoor Mass in front of tens of...

Garry Kasparov's voice - an alarm that many did not want to hear

Politics The Editorial Board - April 29, 2023.

For more than a decade, Garry Kasparov has been one of the most distinguished and consistent critics of Putin’s regime. He left Moscow in 2013...

Sudan is sliding towards collapse, and regional extremists see an opportunity

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 21, 2023.

With each new day of conflict, Sudan is sliding into a scenario some countries in Africa and the Middle East have experienced: permanent civil war,...

The threat of international terrorism from Russian oceanography laboratories

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 20, 2023.

Russia has no reason to map, observe, or attack the cable infrastructure at the bottom of the Baltic and North Sea to harm Ukraine. Ukraine...

Europe is united in relation to China only regarding Ukraine

Politics Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 8, 2023.

The joint arrival of French President Emmanuel Macron and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Beijing was supposed to be a demonstration of...

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