Geopolitics Studies

A Lack of Invasion Wouldn’t Mean an End to the Ukraine Crisis

Feb. 16 has come and gone, and Russia has not invaded Ukraine, despite warnings from U.S. intelligence sources and officials that a Russian military action could take…

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How Poland Turned Ukraine to the West

Most people think of Ukraine as an Eastern European country. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba isn’t one of them. “I am deeply convinced that Ukraine…

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How Far Will Turkey Go to Support Ukraine ?

In recent weeks, as Russia positioned more than 130,000 troops along the Russian-Ukrainian border and the United States warned of an imminent Russian invasion, Turkish…

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Causing Crisis Works

In recent weeks, international politics has been roiled by a cascade of emergencies. North Korea carried out seven missile tests in January, more than in…

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The Rise of Turkey in Africa

Although there are challenges, the main indicator of Turkey’s Africa policy is the interaction that has been developing reciprocally throughout the last decade. Although Turkey’s…

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Modi’s Foreign-Policy Juggling Act

Since assuming office in 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has turned India into a strategic player with a highly effective foreign policy. Modi has done…

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Why the Chess Metaphor for Putin Is Wrong

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision in late 2021 to amass more than 100,000 soldiers on the Russian border with Ukraine and then to send thousands…

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Russia Couldn’t Occupy Ukraine if It Wanted to

Many analysts in the United States and Europe are convinced that an invasion of Ukraine is now the most likely outcome of Russian troop movements…

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Will Germany Hobble Western Sanctions Against Russia?

By Emma Ashford, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and the author of Oil, the State, and War, a forthcoming…

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