Protection of civilians caught in the escalating conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region must be prioritised, Amnesty International said today, after corroborating the use of banned cluster bombs in the region.
Putin has long pressed for a new multipolar world order where regional powers would pursue their interests without meddling from the U.S., but this does not appear to be the result he had in mind.
The clashes over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh are the heaviest since 2016, with reports of dozens of deaths and hundreds wounded.
Putin wants to ‘reboot’ relations, especially on tech and communications, even as U.S. officials say Moscow is trying to sway the presidential election.
It is with great sorrow and a heavy heart that we pass on the news that Professor Stephen F. Cohen, The American Committee for East-West Accord’s founder, a good, loyal friend and mentor to so many, died yesterday. Steve was the best. We will miss him dearly. — ACEWA
Foreign ministers meet in Moscow for first time since Himalayan border tensions turned deadly.
Some 2,800 troops from the United States, France, Britain, and Poland took part in the Noble Partner 2020 exercises held at training centers near Tbilisi.
The source of the confusion: Journalist Julia Ioffe tweeted that Russian news media had discovered the data about 7.6 million Michigan voters on the hacker platform, along with voter information from swing states like Florida and North Carolina. The tweet generated 11,000 retweets and 11,000 likes as of Tuesday afternoon.
It has been nearly two years since President Trump first announced a full military withdrawal from Syria.
Photos and short video clips have previously been available, but this unseen 40 minutes declassified footage of the Soviet Union’s monster nuclear bomb give a whole new insight into what happened on Novaya Zemlya on October 30, 1961.