Japan's New Government to Continue Previous Policy
Suga will have to prove himself as a strong leader
Future of Israel-UAE-Bahrain Peace Accords Under Question
The treaty serves mostly the US trade and economic interests
Turkey May Respond Tit-for-Tat to Possible EU Sanctions
Ankara claims to be a regional leader in the Mediterranean
Libya Plunged into Mess
The difficult internal political situation in Libya is pushing the warring parties to inter-Libyan talks
Turkey Wants to Take a Bite of "Gas Pie"
The situation in the Eastern Mediterranean is heating up
Russian Institute for Strategic Studies and Primorye Involved in Joint Projects
Fruitful meeting of RISS Director and Primorye Governor
USA Continues to Hamper Iranian Nuclear Deal
All JCPOA participants are making every effort to keep the nuclear deal alive
China in the Balkans: Interests and Issues
The Balkans have become a top priority of China
Turkish Blackmail: Why Erdogan Changed Hagia Sophia's Status
Mounting tension between NATO allies Greece and Turkey stems from unsolved economic and humanitarian problems. According to RISS expert Georgy Sosnov, "even in the worst case scenario, conflict will not grow into full-blown war; neither the EU nor NATO wants to aggravate the confrontation."
Extending arms embargo against Iran means death of nuclear deal
The US considers it necessary to extend the arms embargo agains Iran; Tehran has already made it clear that this means the death of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), RISS expert Marianna Bakonina says. "In an attempt to push through the resolution, Washington have converted this situation into a kind of circus performance. But the resolution is opposed not only by America's opponents, but even by its allies," she added.