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NATO and Russia, are we approaching the point of no return?

Diplomatic relations between Russia and NATO hit a new record low as Russia announces to suspend the work of its permanent mission to the Atlantic Alliance in Brussels and that of NATO diplomats in Moscow. Is this part of the usual ‘tit-for-tat’ or will it be game over?

Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan: the shapers of Central Asia

Central Asia has always been considered a fragmented territory, where tribal clans hold power to the detriment of central bureaucracies. The main powers interested in penetrating the region are China, Russia, Turkey and Pakistan

The disaster of the Aral Sea and the risk of new water wars

The threat posed by new water wars to the stability of the region is not only a political issue, but also involve social, economic and environmental elements

Taiwan, a catalyst for the US-China conflict

In recent months tensions over the Taiwan Strait have increased. It is crucial to foster the diplomatic efforts among the parties involved to avoid a war

Two Koreas, many troubles

The Korean Peninsula is where the US-China rivalry is the most evident. In the last few weeks both Koreas are facing several issues

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Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan: the shapers of Central Asia

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The disaster of the Aral Sea and the risk of new water wars