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15.06.2024 Mohamed Lamine KABA

While the evidence of the overthrow of the old unipolar world order is becoming clearer from day to day, the new multipolar world order, for its part, is celebrated night and day across the entire planet-earth, except for Western minority space which, panicked by an admission of failure, delivers hybrid war to the rest of the world. The Western minority sports industry is undoubtedly at the service of this hybrid war…

31.05.2024 Aleena Im

Recently, an international investigative journalism report, aptly titled “Dubai Unlocked,” has revealed that some infamous and influential people hold real estate worth around $400 billion in Dubai. This investigative report has exposed the details of properties owned by some members of the global elite, including money launderers, famous politicians, criminals, and sanctioned individuals…

29.05.2024 Nikolay Plotnikov

On May 27-28, 2024, a delegation of the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan, headed by Vice-President Moulawi Rozi Mohammad Rashid, visited Moscow at the invitation of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (OIS RAS). This is the first visit of Afghan scientists to Russia after the Taliban came to power in August 2021.

13.05.2024 Mohamed Lamine KABA

On 9 May 2024, Russia solemnly celebrated the 79th anniversary of the historic victory over Nazi Germany. On this significant date, celebrated as Victory Day, more than 9,000 soldiers gathered and Vladimir Putin, who had just been re-elected to a new presidential term, was present. Before the parade began, Russian President Vladimir Putin personally met foreign leaders in the Kremlin’s Armorial Hall…

12.05.2024 Taut Bataut

The end of the World War 2 brought significant changes to the world system. Two consecutive world wars in a span of 3 decades perplexed world leaders and political scientists. Fear about the outbreak of a new global war worried all the intellectual minds of the globe, and they attempted to formulate a system that could resolve international conflicts peacefully. The United Nations Organization was established as a successor…

10.05.2024 Yuriy Zinin

‘The Horrifying Attack at the Crocus’ …. ‘Questions and Doubts’. ‘Crime in Moscow Region Threatens Global Dangers’. These and similar headlines in the media reflect the reaction in the Middle East region to the crime at the Crocus City Hall. For observers, experts and social media users, the raid on the concert hall became a reason to increase attention to the study of the roots and methods of action of terrorism, its various organizations and branches…

01.05.2024 Mohamed Lamine KABA

In view of the socio-economic dynamics of the African continent, I carry out in this article a critical analysis of the issues linked to youth employment. My approach is characterized by bold thinking, illustrated by the metaphor of “Emmanuel Macron’s knee placed on the neck of Africans”, symbolizing the challenges and external pressures that African states face and which cause public policies and initiatives to fail. Job creation for young people…

28.04.2024 Taut Bataut

Chittagong (Chattagram) Hill Tracts (CHT) – a home to Jumma ethnicity, have been a source of perennial upheaval in Bangladesh for years. However, the Bangladesh military has successfully neutralized the separatist militant groups in the region through Operation Dabanal – which was later re-established under the name Operation Uttaron. This insurgency in the country has helped the Bangladesh Army garner immense experience in counter-terrorism operations…

22.04.2024 Mohamed Lamine KABA

The multiplication of escalations which, for decades, has characterized global governance, raises questions about the future of humanity. The world is currently experiencing multiple major wars, including conflicts between Israel and Hamas, between Israel and Iran, between Russia and Ukraine, in Burkina Faso, in Somalia, in Sudan, in Yemen, in Myanmar, in Nigeria and Syria…

06.04.2024 Yuriy Zinin

The bloody terrorist attack on the Crocus City Hall caused an outcry in political circles, the media and social networks in the Middle East. Arab foreign ministries sent messages of condolence and solidarity to the Russian Federation over the tragedy. Cairo’s Al-Azhar, the world’s oldest Muslim clerical university founded in the 10th century…

04.04.2024 Abbas Hashemite

Islamophobia, the fear, hate, and prejudice against Muslims and Islam which leads to hate speech, harassment, and crimes, persists to be one of the most pressing issues around the globe. In recent years, Muslims around the world have encountered scores of attacks on their religious gathering. The United Nations has warned in its recent report about the rise of Islamophobia to alarming levels. Discrimination and violence have risen to unprecedented levels despite efforts…

02.04.2024 Veniamin Popov

The income gap between the rich and the poor remains the biggest global problem facing human society as a whole. After the collapse of the USSR (whose social achievements served as a powerful incentive for the poor to fight for their rights in the developed world), there were no moral constraints and the rich went on a rampage: the number of not only millionaires but also billionaires increased dramatically. The gap between the richest and the poorest grew ever wider…