UK warns Putin could be tried for war crimes

The UK government warned Tuesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin and his commanders in Ukraine could face prosecution for war crimes and that Western sanctions would remain “for as long as it

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


Humanitarian aid for war-torn Ukrainians

The Cyprus government has launched a campaign to collect humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine under siege following Russia’s invasion. Launching the campaign, the commissioner for the citizen Panayiotis Sentonas said