The election promises for Russia, at a minimum, a major boost to its influence in Armenia
China and Russia are about to introduce a new order in Central Asia while the West is preoccupied elsewhere
The likely victory of an arch-hardliner raises fears in neighboring Turkey
Turkey is poking at Russia’s underbelly
In this issue: Who owns Huawei?; Charm offensive in Canada; Forced confessions.
The bullying of sports stars can — and should — backfire
The Black Sea is a great candidate for the next U.S. administration’s transatlantic priorities.
Playing the “peacekeeping card” could signal Moscow’s relative geopolitical decline in the region.
Both the Obama and the Trump administrations sought to improve U.S.-Turkish strategic cooperation, but without much success. The stars may be aligning for the Biden administration to make it work.
Turkey’s brinksmanship in the South Caucasus puts a spotlight on tensions within NATO.