Russia

After the Sochi Summit: Road to Peace or a Frozen Problem?

The Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, which is the most important problem of the post-Cold War period in the geopolitics of the South Caucasus, and the occupation of “Karabakh and 7 districts”, took a new form with the Second Karabakh War, which...

Different Security Concepts and Strategies of China and Russia

According to the West, Russia and China are trying to create strong military alliances in Asia in order to improve bilateral cooperation in the field of security as well as to limit the power of the North Atlantic Treaty...

The Expansion of Russian Geopolitics from Land to Sea: “the Russian Naval Doctrine”

States that have ancient traditions and global goals, and ambitious try to hande their long-term projections and strategies independently of cyclical issues. At this point, The Moscow administration is trying to shape its foreign policy strategy based on the...

Can Finland Become a Member of NATO?

The Russian occupation of Crimea in 2014 and Ukraine in 2022 has led to serious disquiet in the Baltic region. Without a doubt, Sweden, and Finland, which are not members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have worried...

Serbia’s Position in the Russian-Ukrainian War

It is observed that Serbia did not take a decisive stance since the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian War. The relations in the Belgrade-Moscow line could be described as a traditional alliance between two Slavic and Orthodox nations. As a...

Russia’s Aim of Special Operations in Ukraine

In the Post-Cold War period, Russia, who entered rapprochement, has considered the expansion of North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) expansion towards the east as a threat; therefore, has started to give reactions. The strongest reaction was in the Russia-Georgia...

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