Central Asia Europe International Relations

Possibility of Extension of The Armenia Azerbaijan War to Turkey and Russia

World history is full of precedents where armed conflict between the two countries has spiraled into multiparty conflict; this is how the two great wars were born. It is the fear under which the world breathes. Today once again, the world finds itself amidst a conflict. Conflict in the Caucasus between two former Soviet Republics of Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region is making headlines. The extension of war to Turkey and Russia also depends on how Armenia and Azerbaijan fare in the battleground in the next few days.

Europe International Relations

BREXIT: What’s now?

In a world of collective existence and mutual-cooperation, Brexit is indeed the stunning news. But it happened, called “Dawn of a new era” with promises of “real national renewal.” The quest is still a nightmare for populists that are emotionally driven with empty slogans. But realities help those who never live in logical fallacies and idealism.

Europe Foreign Policy

The Mediterranean Water Puzzle

Tensions between the NATO allies and frenemies Greece and Turkey over the eastern Mediterranean region have risen to their highest