Russia’s new foreign policy: Confronting the US enemy in a new world order
Moscow’s recently released Concept of Foreign Policy reveals a significant shift towards confronting the US, prioritizing alliances with non-western countries, and positioning Russia as a pillar of the emerging multipolar world.
From hostility to normalization: The ebbs and flows of Sudan-Israel relations
Sudan's relations with Israel have vacillated between periods of hostility and outreach. Today, Khartoum's leaders view these ties as a means to gain international legitimacy, while Tel Aviv aims to eliminate Khartoum as a haven for pro-Iran and Palestinian resistance factions.
In Munich: West sounds alarm over Global South stances
The recent conference on international security policy focused extensively on the significance of the Global South to the west's security. As power competition with China and Russia intensifies, the west is compelled to reassess its approach to relations with these countries.