President Tokayev must navigate his new term knowing that a complete break in bilateral relations is neither desirable nor possible.
A flurry of diplomatic activity is unfolding against the backdrop of troubling advances by M23 rebels in the DRC.
The CICA VI Summit aimed to bring the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia into the 21st century. Did it succeed?
President Sandu’s pro-Europe foreign policy has made strides despite a challenging geopolitical environment, but political troubles are brewing on the home front.
A new trade deal between Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova could give new life to the long-dormant regional grouping.
The latest UN General Assembly shed some light on one of the few humanitarian organizations still operating in Afghanistan.
The DRC’s ascension to the East African Community (EAC) is a win-win proposition, but only if intra-regional tensions are kept in check.
Baku has been quite successful in striking a neutral tone to its foreign relations following the Russian invasion of Ukraine; but will it ultimately be forced to pick a side?
The International Court of Justice is not perfect, but it’s still favored by some Latin American governments as a dispute resolution mechanism. This article examines some recent cases involving Colombia and Nicaragua.
In a recent speech, Kazakh President Tokayev pledged to ensure food security and bring an end to the “super presidency.”