A wild war between two brothers

Vladimir Putin has repeatedly stated that “Russians and Ukrainians are one people.” A major power showcasing an angel’s face with a devil’s mind has poisoned one’s ear unabatedly and thus already dashed


Moscow’s Leverage in the Balkans


Since September, Kosovo’s fragile stability that has endured since 1999, following intervention by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), has grown progressively precarious. Clashes between ethnic Serbians and Kosovo security forces saw Serbia’s military placed on high alert in


Biden nods to compromise in Ukraine

The midterm elections in the US witnessed razor-thin races as Senate and House control hangs in the balance. But that didn’t discourage President Biden from holding a press conference on Wednesday to stake claim