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Saudi Arabia’s cooperation with China on technological and scientific innovation is on the rise—and it is Saudi priorities that are steering the relationship.
The end of meetings in the Kazakh capital offers an opportunity to reevaluate the forum and assess its relevance for the future of the Syrian conflict.
It is in both countries’ interests to cooperate, since each can provide the other with something in short supply: Russia needs artillery shells for its war, while North Korea needs humanitarian aid.
In an interview, Martha Hodes discusses her recent book on being hijacked in September 1970 by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
But Russian aggression was the impetus for the new membership bids.
Trade volumes between Russia and African nations have fallen since the last event in 2019, while the war in Ukraine and Wagner’s activities on the continent have strained political ties.
Is the community a purveyor of revolutionary change, a defender of the status quo, or a combination of both?
New mobilisation law is part of a wider effort to maximise Russia’s firepower and blunt western support for Kyiv.
When the war ends, Russia will face at its borders two militarily committed, capable neighbors facing a common enemy. Poland and Ukraine are bound together more strongly than at any other time in history.
But when you emerge from the state of emergency, as Europe seems to be doing this summer, it forces the question: what crisis comes next and what will be the solution?