The last the world paid attention to Belarus before the buildup of Russian troops on Ukraine’s borders was in May of 2021 over Alexander Lukashenko’s arrest of the dissident journalist Roman Protasevich. Not only was
“There are decades where nothing happens—and there are weeks where decades happen.” This is a suitable quote describing the events of the past week which saw the world convulse as Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine. The
After the fall of the Soviet Union, many questioned the continued existence of NATO. After all, NATO’s sole purpose was to be a deterrent to Soviet aggression in Europe, and with the Soviet Union gone,
The world’s attention is now focused on Ukraine and are seeing its president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, heading the resistance against Putin’s invasion. Many have seen the Ukrainian leader in the past as someone in over his
Vladimir Putin has singlehandedly shattered the peace in Europe by his unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. On February 24th Russian forces invaded Ukraine. The Russian military buildup on Ukraine’s borders has been a months long process.
Russia escalated tensions in its ongoing campaign against the Ukraine by confiscating two Ukrainian military vessels and a tug boat that tried to enter the Azov Sea through the Kerch Strait in Crimea on November
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has dominated Turkish politics since his rise to prime minister in 2003, and president in 2014. During that period he has slowly gained control of almost all levers of power. However, when
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was placed under formal investigation on March 21 for accepting bribes, illegal campaign financing, and the misappropriation of Libyan public funds. The formal investigation was announced after police interviewed Sarkozy