The report by the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Sufferings of Serbs in Sarajevo between 1991 and 1995 is no more than the continuation of the siege by peaceful means
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Since independence, developments in Armenia have shown how influential Russia has been in this geography
ANALYSIS - Final act in vaccine wars: Global and rising power strategies
However, as the race against time continues to mitigate the pandemic's effects, it has become an increasing trend for specific countries and regional blocs to keep their vaccine production potential primarily for their own populations
ANALYSIS - Russia seeks to create alternative to Suez Canal via Northern Sea Route
Russia emphasizes Northern Sea Route, made more navigable by global warming, as alternative to Suez Canal after recent jam
ANALYSIS - US-China rivalry: Is a new cold war really emerging?
International competition is escalating to dangerous levels, as China spurns calls for compliance with the liberal international order
OPINION - Political calculations to settle Myanmar crisis
Myanmar’s military coup has put Association of Southeast Asian Nation at crossroads