Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will remain the president of Turkey for another five years
Why Erdoğan has every chance of winning
The conflict over the nation's judicial reform is a reflection of a deep-seated rift in Israeli society
Are Twitter and Facebook Responsible for Global Political Crisis?
Reset in military style
Goodbye globalisation, hello post-capitalism?
The standard narrative about the impact of the Turkish president's personality on the economy of the country and the region is simplistic: Erdoğan is performing poorly – his successor will therefore be better. The data, however, presents a dramatically different picture
Kazakhstan is again on the verge of large-scale social upheaval
Formation of the China-US bipolar system leads to a revision of the system of alliances in Europe, the main loser is Great Britain
Russia and China: 2030 Strategy
The current state and the future of relations between the two "problem allies"
Russian-German relations at the bottom: ex-Chancellor Merkel was never serious about peace
What Kind of King Will Charles III Be?
A qualitatively new round of escalation
Why would Erdogan's defeat be dangerous?
Indian experts share views on the country's development
Russia pushes European colonisers out of Africa with the consent of the United States
EU's new 'Media Freedom Act' creates not more, but less freedom