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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United Nations

United Nations Aid Reaches Ukraine

United Nations Assistance reached Ukrainian Town and Cities reclaimed from Russian Control:  More than 73,000 people in Kharkiv oblast have now received food assistance, which is nearly half of the population in the retaken areas. Villages and settlements across the oblast that are back under Ukrainian Government control are unable to meet even their most…

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The Geostrategic Extent of South Caucasus; India Armenia deal

The Geostrategic Dimensions of the South Caucasus and India Armenia Military cooperation amid Russia Ukraine War:  The ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict has now entered into a “decisive phase”. The most recent speech of Russian president Putin clearly signaled a “negotiated settlement” in which Turkey may play an important role. However, interestingly by “signing a deal” for…

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Ukraine

Ukraine condemned the referendums amid War

The United Nations says it remains ‘fully committed’ to Ukraine’s territorial integrity ‘within its internationally recognized borders’.  International IDEA calls on the international community to condemn these referendums on Ukraine’s territories as illegitimate and illegal. The authorities in Ukraine condemned the move.  Referendum in the occupied territories of Ukraine are happening during the war:  Russian-installed…

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Latvia will not welcome Russians

Latvia and Finland say they are unlikely to accommodate Russians fleeing to avoid partial mobilization. Some Western nations have suggested they will not provide asylum or refuge to people fleeing Russia after President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of reservists. Latvia will not accommodate Russians fleeing amid Russia Ukraine War followed by referendums in…

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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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