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Globalization Sacrificed at the Alter of Power: the case of the Russian Aggression in Ukraine

Vladimir Putin has led Russia since 1999 with a hiatus of one term when he served as Prime Minister to then President Medvedev. In 2015 during the reign of President Barrack Obama, Russia managed to annex Crimea Region from Ukraine.Earlier this year, President Vladimir Putin was at again by declared that Luhansk and Donetsk wereContinue reading “Globalization Sacrificed at the Alter of Power: the case of the Russian Aggression in Ukraine”

Russia-Ukraine War: Did Zambia make a Diplomatic Blunder?

The United Nations is an organization that was formed in October 1945 with the mandate to maintain global peace after the two catastrophic wars that left millions of people dead and incapacitated. Both Russia and Ukraine are members of the United Nations are have vetoed to the ideologies of the organization. The United Nations asContinue reading “Russia-Ukraine War: Did Zambia make a Diplomatic Blunder?”

Ukraine still under Siege from Russia

Ukraine’s second-largest city faced increased Russian shelling Tuesday, while a column of Russian forces stretched out along a road north of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, on the sixth day of Russia’s invasion of its neighbor. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry shared a video of one strike at the Kharkiv Regional State Administration building in the centerContinue reading “Ukraine still under Siege from Russia”

Ukraine demands immediate Cease Fire

Ukraine demanded an immediate cease-fire and the withdrawal of Russian forces as its delegation arrived Monday for talks with Russia, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged the European Union to grant his country immediate membership in the bloc. Negotiations between Ukraine and Russia began at the Ukraine-Belarus border, with Zelenskyy’s office saying the Ukrainian sideContinue reading “Ukraine demands immediate Cease Fire”

China cautious over Russian Invasion of Ukraine

China, Russia’s most powerful ally, was notably restrained in its initial reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, offering little direct support for Moscow as much of the world seeks to isolate Moscow economically and diplomatically. “I would like to say that China is closely following the situation in Ukraine,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying toldContinue reading “China cautious over Russian Invasion of Ukraine”

Defiance in the face of Adversity

Russian forces launched an invasion of Ukraine early Thursday, with President Vladimir Putin warning other countries not to intervene and Ukraine’s Western allies pledging their support and new rounds of strong sanctions as they condemned the Russian assault. Putin used a televised address to announce what he called a military operation in eastern Ukraine, inContinue reading “Defiance in the face of Adversity”

Russia Prepared for War

Ru ssian armored vehicles are loaded onto railway platforms at a railway station in region not far from the Russia-Ukraine border, in the Rostov-on-Don region, Russia, Feb. 23, 2022. Tensions mounted two days after Russian President Vladimir Putin decreed the eastern Ukraine regions of Luhansk and Donetsk were independent states and sent what he characterizedContinue reading “Russia Prepared for War”