Uzbekistan Post Referendum Scenario; OSCE Role

The Republic of Uzbekistan has once again taken the decisive “lead” in introducing “pure” and “genuine” reforms of further “politicization” and “democratization” in the Central Asian Region. The successful holding and approval of the most recently referendum on April 30, 2023 has opened a new chapter and concept of “interactive” and “integrative” “People’s Democracy” and…

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Moscow Slams Kyiv’s Travel ban proposal

The Kremlin has rejected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s call for a ban on Russians traveling to the West, calling the proposal “irrational.” Russian officials have criticized Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s plan to forbid any Russians from traveling to the West, claiming that such a move would be both impractical and unproductive. Ukrainian President urged Western…

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Avoid being hostage to Putin

Avoid being hostage to Putin:  Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said Wednesday his country could become a hub to export natural gas to European countries that seek to reduce their dependence on Russian energy. “Spain is a solidary country, it’s a responsible country. And we will do everything we can, that’s what I told [Polish]…

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Multidimensional outlook of the Caspian Sea

Multidimensional outlook of the Caspian Sea:  Introduction: Unilateralism and Isolationism are unknown to the highly interconnected Caspian system which is largely dependent on territorial integrity and the concept of sovereignty. The Caspian Sea has grabbed the attention of the international community with the fast-growing energy trends in the modern globalized market economy. The world’s largest…

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