Analytics

Lessons From Montenegro: Is A Coup Possible In Belarus?

Published: 21-11-2016, 13:15

On 6 November 2016 Milivoje Katnich, the Chief Special Prosecutor of Montenegro, gave a statement regarding the failed coup attempt in Podgorica during the Parliamentary elections on 16 October 2016....

The Tibet card: India`s diplomatic dilemma or diplomatic deliverance?

Published: 22-03-2017, 16:10

For the past few weeks, there was a flood of columns and opinions on the existence as well as the non-existence of the Tibet card on the diplomatic table of India. From all the arguments, one thing...

Spreading the Gospel: Asian Leaders Wary of Saudi Religious Diplomacy

Published: 19-03-2017, 21:50

Critics in the Maldives likely sighed relief when Saudi King Salman this week postponed his visit because of an outbreak of flu. The flu is however unlikely to halt a planned massive Saudi investment...

Russia's Kurdish politics

Published: 17-03-2017, 16:50

With Russia’s changing the balances in the Middle East following its active intervention in Syria in 2015, Moscow’s Kurdish policy has become one of the most debated issues. In order to...

Interviews

Protests in Belarus: opposition versus Lukashenka

A series of street protests broke out in late February 2017 in Belarus. Alexander Lukashenka, the “last dictator of Europe” who had not allowed opposition in his country for years, now...

Park impeachment: what is next?

Park Geun-hye has become the first democratically elected South Korean president to be forced from office, after the country’s constitutional court upheld a parliamentary vote to impeach her...

Quo vadis Europa?

  Deputy Director of the Estonian School of Diplomacy, Dr. Vahur Made shares his opinion regarding the rising rightist movements in Europe, possible other exit scenarios in the European Union,...

Essays

Turkmenistan’s Energy Policy: The Diversification of Gas Export Market

Having possessed some of the world’s largest natural gas reserves, Turkmenistan is also one of few producer countries – and the only former Soviet republic – that is able to export...

The relationship and divorce between democracy and capitalism

I. Introduction  In the last decade we have witnessed one of the greatest economic crises  in the modern history, which provoked numerous disputes and proposals looking for the way how to...

What are the causes of anti-Americanism in the Middle East?

Anti-Americanism, whose initial roots go back to the 18th century, has been one of the major trends across the Middle East particularly after the 9/11 terror acts. Although anti-American sentiments...

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