The terrible beauty of “frozen conflicts” is that it takes hardly any effort to turn up the heat and re-escalate them into hot violence, but pressing the “pause” button later would need consensus, which is not so easy.
It is hard to imagine that U.S.-Russian relations could get much worse, but sadly, they are unlikely to get better anytime soon.
Generally regarded as the basis of the post-Cold War territorial settlements, the Arbitration Commission of the Conference on Yugoslavia (referred to as the Badinter Commission after its chairman Robert Badinter) separated territoriality from ethn
Well, that didn’t take long!
The latest statements made by German politicians and the desire of the overwhelming majority of Germans to have good relations with Russia, especially in the conditions of the forthcoming trade war with the United States and Washington's work on t
Crimea is a peninsula of utmost geopolitical and strategic importance, dominating virtually the entire Black Sea.