Redefining relations with Britain

Most of the tributes to Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee, a historic achievement attained by no other British monarch, referred to her being the single “constant” in

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Armenia’s five challenges to recovery

After three decades of independence following the collapse of the Soviet Union, tiny Armenia faces a plethora of challenges, not least because of hostile intentions from its neighbours. With limited natural resources

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Israel-Turkey ties ‘no threat’ to Cyprus

Any move by Israel to improve stressed ties with Turkey won’t be at the expense of its “strategic relationship” with neighbouring Cyprus, the Israeli president assured. Israeli President Isaac Herzog, speaking after

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Russia-Ukraine war a paradigm shift in diplomacy

According to John Mearsheimer, the eminent American international relations scholar, “what money is to economics, power is to international relations”. Indeed, the two major assumptions/tenets of rationality and maximisation, either of wealth

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US committed to deeper Cyprus ties

The United States remain firmly in support of a federal Cyprus and will continue to work for deeper bilateral ties, Secretary of State Antony Blinken told Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides in Washington.

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Is Turkish foreign policy changing?

The news that Turkey and Armenia had a first round of talks in Moscow to establish diplomatic relations and open their borders reminded me of the phrase “a wind of change” used

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