Analysis

ANALYSIS - Third front of New Cold War expanding in Asia-Pacific

ANALYSIS - Third front of New Cold War expanding in Asia-Pacific

From time to time, US allies and partners in the Asia-Pacific have second thoughts about US’s extended deterrence, and these reservations may not always be related to China

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ANALYSIS - After Afghanistan withdrawal, Washington faces distrust from its allies
15.09.2021

ANALYSIS - After Afghanistan withdrawal, Washington faces distrust from its allies

With the United States’ perceived loss of global influence, some of its allies could look for support elsewhere, and even forge new alliances beyond Washington’s traditional hegemony

ANALYSIS - Tajikistan to host summits of regional powers to discuss Afghanistan
13.09.2021

ANALYSIS - Tajikistan to host summits of regional powers to discuss Afghanistan

2 high-level meetings of regional and world powers will discuss issues of recognition, bilateral relations, cooperation with Taliban-led Afghanistan

ANALYSIS - The second Taliban era begins on the 20th anniversary of 9/11
10.09.2021

ANALYSIS - The second Taliban era begins on the 20th anniversary of 9/11

Afghanistan is now a more fragile state than it was twenty years ago. This fragility will either be repaired in the second Taliban era or Afghanistan will impose an even greater geopolitical burden on the region

OPINION - Bosnia doesn’t need another dishonest broker
09.09.2021

OPINION - Bosnia doesn’t need another dishonest broker

There is no need for OHR in country without will to use it to ends for which it was established: to promote and implement highest standards of democracy, rule of law, and human rights, all of which are explicitly stated in the Bosnian Constitution

ANALYSIS - The Ohrid Agreement at 20: Legacy and implications
08.09.2021

ANALYSIS - The Ohrid Agreement at 20: Legacy and implications

Contrary to the concerns, the Ohrid Agreement has remained in effect for the past two decades, with Macedonia making significant strides towards joining NATO and the EU