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Central Asia: Border Conflict between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan

Earlier this year, at the end of April, the world witnessed deadly clashes between the Tajik and Kyrgyz civilians and military personnel in the...

The ‘Switzerland’ of the Middle East: Oman’s Unique Foreign Policy

Located in one of the most challenging regions of the world, the Sultanate of Oman, unlike its neighbors, has in the last decades held...

Central Asia: Report on Terrorism 2/2

The first part of the Report on Terrorism has focused on the current state of terrorism in Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan. In this article, the...

What is in the Future of Albania, Reflection on the Elections Results

The tenth general parliamentary elections since the beginning of political pluralism and the fall of the communist system in Albania were held on the...

Power Politics in Africa Vaccine Rollout

Shortly after it became clear that the way out of the Covid-19 pandemic is worldwide vaccination, representatives of Western countries pledged to assure equal...

Xinjiang Mission to Erase Identity of Muslim Ethnic Uyghurs

Xinjiang lies in north-west China and it is the country's biggest region. Similar to Tibet, it should be autonomous, in theory. But in practice,...

The ‘Non-Papers Temptation’: Neither a Way Out, Nor Forward to the Serbia-Kosovo Reconciliation

While approaching the Slovenian EU presidency for the second half of 2021, the spectre of redrawing borders is haunting Southeast Europe. The much-debated ‘non-papers’...

Central Asia: Report on Terrorism 1/2

Terrorism is, in its natural state, similar to any existing virus; it does not know the borders. They are just artificial lines on the...