Lisa May Lisa May is a Fellow at the ERA Institute. She holds M.A. degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Key Takeaways: The Uighurs are a largely… read more →
Thousands of people took to the streets in Minsk and at least 30 other Belarusian cities following the presidential election on August 9. According to the country’s Central Election Commission, the incumbent Belarusian President
The U.S.-Russia relations are arguably at their lowest point since the Cold War. Back in 2016, Donald Trump pledged to improve bilateral relations with Russia, however, little substantial progress has… read more →
Despite all the negative hype created around their cooperation during the COVID-10 outbreak, Russia and China managed to bounce back together.
Ukraine faces economic crisis, continuing COVID-19 pandemic, and an ongoing war in the Donbas region. The last thing the country needs is more pressure and scrutiny of Ukrainian domestic politics from the West.
Russia – in the long run – is in decline and should rethink its policies towards the Former Soviet Union.
BY DONG YON KIM (Op-Ed Contributor) While South Korea fights with Japan over the economy and past history, the Sino-Russian alliance — joined by North Korea — is getting stronger, forming… read more →