The Armenian ‘Velvet Revolution’ and a de-escalation approach by Azerbaijan create a window of opportunity in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
The post-revolutionary Armenian government enjoys a high public approval, real reforms however will be difficult.
General Khalifa Haftar’s push to seize Tripoli by force brings Libya to the brink of war again. The EU needs to get its act together and use its undeniable leverage in the country to prevent a full-blown war and set the bases for a peaceful resolution of the conflict. Since the fall of Muammar al-Qaddafi […]
Recent terror attacks in Kashmir have changed the electoral equation on India – and will certainly impact the upcoming elections.
From economy to politics: the ‘China factor’ is becoming increasingly important in the Indian elections.
Terrorism, illegal migration, territory – foreign policy tensions are likely to be used in the campaign.