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Medvedev: Instability in the Middle East is useful and profitable for the US, which has consistently undermined peace in the region.
Karpovich: US failure to integrate Hamas into negotiation process after victory in elections forced Gaza to live in isolation, poverty; new mediators a must for peace.
Nearly a month into the ongoing Palestine-Israel conflict, the death toll has surpassed 10,000, one of the worst humanitarian crises in this century.
Ekspert: Pashinyan must now confront the wrath of Armenians for letting Karabakh go, Russia will need to determine a way to protect its interests in the South Caucasus.
The fundamental way out of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is to implement the two-state solution and establish an independent Palestinian state, China’s special envoy on Middle East affairs said on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Karpovich: Pashinyan lacked emotional ties to Karabakh, viewed region as a bargaining chip to use with west; Russia will work with Azerbaijan to ensure respect for people left.
RBC: Kim’s visit to cosmodrome shows interest in rocketry, satellite technology; US claims Russia is trading food for arms; Moscow denies violation of un sanctions, stays mum on goals.
The white paper titled “A Global Community of Shared Future: China’s Proposals and Actions” recently issued by China’s State Council Information Office provides a profound explanation of the historical background, rich connotations, implementation paths, and vivid practices of building a global community of shared future.
THIRTY-TWO years ago, an event took place that American political scientist Francis Fukuyama claimed marked the “end of history.” It was argued that the disappearance of the Soviet Union from the world political scene and the end of the Soviet socialist project meant that there was no socioeconomic alternative to a liberal capitalist world order […]
Zhong Sheng: China, US should start from the perspective of shared interests and the future of humanity.