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The World is ever changing, global perspective and insights is powerful, timely, relevant, topical and responsive to global geopolitical and economic influences, Articles about the world offers insight and direction on key issues, with perspectives that resonate globally. The International Research website has numerous articles categorized into various issues around the world. Some articles can of course be in more than one issue as many are inter-related.

Putin’s Imperialism

“Russia’s nature as an imperial power is incontrovertible,” Artem Shaipov and Yuliia Shaipova write. “So why has this fundamental, foundational fact about Russia been ignored in the West for so long, including among those who study and analyze the region?” But regardless of the reason, the war in Ukraine has sparked a newfound awareness of Russia’s imperial project, past and present—the nature of Russian imperialism and its relationship to the country’s latest war of conquest. Putin Remains In Day-To-Day Government.

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The Russia That Might Have Been

While earlier pointed out that Putin’s looting as a potential war crime, and the conversations when Ukraine wins. The Russia That Might Have Been.

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Russian Looting As A Potential War Crime

As Russia has waged war on Ukraine in a bid to kneecap the country’s independence, its troops have looted museums, art galleries, and cathedrals in occupied areas. Some experts have described it as the biggest heist since the Nazis plundered Europe during World War II. Looting As A Potential War Crime.

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Sunak Hopes To Mend Fences With Europe

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Rishi Sunak was right to judge that because Russia invaded Ukraine, the need for Western unity now trumps any simmering intra-Western fights over Brexit. But with China, the United States, and the European Union all betting big on industrial policy to facilitate their economic transitions toward renewable energy, the United Kingdom still needs to catch up. Sunak Hopes To Mend Fences With Europe.

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Haitian Government Dependent On International Power

Haitian efforts at democracy are too complicated and messy, and foreign countries and international agencies have responded with intervention to manipulate electoral levers and outcomes. But those outside efforts have failed spectacularly. The Haitian Government Is Dependent On International Power.

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China’s Next Technological Revolution

in the wake of Beijing’s repeated COVID-19 lockdowns and after Russia invaded Ukraine, investors are increasingly rattled about the risks of investing in China. China Will Lead The Next Technological Revolution.

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a kid protesting against the war in ukraine

How Long Can This Not-Quite-Total War Be Sustained?

Putin’s partial escalation strategy has served him well. It has allowed him to maintain political stability through intimidation and indifference. Internationally and domestically, it has helped him prepare Russia for a very long war without making the sacrifices that might ultimately cause the population to rebel. And above all, it has given him flexibility. How Long Can This Not-Quite-Total War Be Sustained?

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The Conversations When Ukraine Wins

the manifold initiatives that have emerged to support Ukraine and its people across what was once the Russian empire demonstrate a readiness to reject Moscow’s long shadow and fertile ground for grassroots cooperation after the war ends. No matter in what terms one understands it, Russia’s full-scale invasion has brought discussions of identity – individual, social, and political – to the fore. The Conversations When Ukraine Wins.

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A Sorbid History Under Pressure

For the foreseeable future, there are no transformative solutions that the West can invent or impose on Iran, and the country will remain a profound and unpredictable threat to regional stability, U.S. interests, and its own citizenry. The protests should give the world hope: for the first time in a generation, the theocracy appears to be in jeopardy. But until the regime falls, there will be no silver bullets to stop Iran’s bad behavior. We Investigate A Sorbid History Under Pressure.

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