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Why Is the Eurasian Economic Union Broken?

The EAEU is largely ineffective in terms of economic cooperation and integration, which are paradoxically its very reasons for being. The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), comprising Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Belarus, and Russia, has been a relatively successful geopolitical project for Russia, which stands as the union’s uncontested dominant player. But …

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The Islamic World’s Dilemma On Palestine – OpEd

Ever wondered why the Islamic world appears divided on the issue of Palestine? To unravel this intricate dilemma, I’ve integrated three levels of foreign policy analysis with the constructivist perspective of international relations. The three levels involve examining internal factors such as political structures, leadership dynamics, and public sentiment, providing …

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Extraordinary Elections In Serbia: Domestic And Foreign Factors Vying For Influence – Analysis

On December 17, 2023, the Republic of Serbia will hold extraordinary parliamentary elections, elections for the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, and local elections for the capital city of Belgrade, along with an additional 65 local self-governments. According to the proportional representation system employed for parliamentary elections to …

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