Serdar Berdimuhamedov's recent visit to the United Arab Emirates confirms Turkmenistan's interest in expanding ties with the Gulf monarchies and Abu Dhabi's desire to increase its presence in Central Asia.
In the context of the Ukraine conflict and the Brussels- Moscow confrontation, the European Union attempts to expand its activity and presence in Central Asia by improving connectivity projects and cooperation.
Stavropol authorities' desire to open trade offices abroad might underline Russia's strategic economic goal in the Eurasian geopolitical chessboard, especially in Azerbaijan, Iran, China, and the United Arab Emirates.
Considering the South Caucasus' current geopolitical scenario, we discussed with Vahagn Khachaturyan, President of the Republic of Armenia, the country's prospects in the changing world and possible regional developments to assess local stability and security and evaluate Armenia's potentialities.
The creation of the Turan Battalion confirmed that the Ukraine conflict had become the perfect battleground for international fighters and contractors united by the desire to fight against the Russian Federation and promote their ideologies and goals.
The mass demonstrations that swept Iran in the past months have subsided significantly, but the protest mood in the country does not fade away. This analysis investigated international interest in Iranian protests and national political parties.
The establishment of an IT Park in Ingushetia named after Adam Khamkhoev, killed in May 2022 in Ukraine, underlined local and central authorities' desire to promote economic development and support Kremlin's narrative related to heroism and national unity.
After almost three decades on the sidelines of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict negotiation process, the European Union has now stepped in, positioning itself as a mediator in the Armenian-Azerbaijani conciliation process.
The current situation in the Korean Peninsula represents a severe threat to economic-strategic stability in the East China Sea geo-maritime space for the United States, the People's Republic of China, and the Russian Federation.
Iran and Dagestan have increased their trade exchange through the Makhachkala Commercial Port, where the Kremlin has invested financial funds to transform this infrastructure into a logistic hub in the Caspian Sea, which might undermine the role of the close port of Baku in Azerbaijan.