March 3, 2024
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Russia-Ukraine conflict. Features of ethnic and national affiliation in the conflict. Russia’s new plans

By Rustam Taghizade Introduction: In recent months, relations between Ukraine and Russia have become tense again. The deployment of Russian troops along the Ukrainian border and the accumulation of military equipment on the Ukrainian border remains a fact. In early 2021, Ukraine received new Bayraktar UAVs from Turkey. In addition, Ukraine is modernizing its army […]

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AIJA organizes conference tackling climate change

On 2 December 2021, was held an online conference on “Tackling climate change: a discussion of emissions trading systems in Europe and LATAM” organized by AIJA. In this session, French lawyer Ansam Okbani* provided input regarding ships’ emissions and discussed international regulations. This was a timely conference and attracted considerable interest from the attendees. More […]

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Moroccan military acquires Israeli skylock dome weapon

Charles Nwoke, Rabat, Morocco Military in Morocco has purchased the Skylock Dome System from Israeli government to support and improve its defense capabilities against drones from their foes. The weapon, Skylock Dome System have the capacity to detect, verify, and destroy unauthorized drones. It will reportedly be used to guard the country’s critical civilian and […]

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What Is The Favorable Deal For Islamic Republic

By Sam Denver Since 1979, despite all negotiations between Iran and US, Islamic Republic remained one of the most anti-western governments in the world. Via a short review of JCPOA negotiations this writing will reveal the ultimate objectives and modus operandi of the regime in Tehran and how it is using negotiations to continue the […]

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New realities after the Second Karabakh War. Will the opening of the Zangazur corridor put an end to conflicts in the region?

By Rustam Taghizade On November 10, 2020, the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia ended with a ceasefire agreement. This tripartite ceasefire agreement, mediated by Russia, changed the map of the South Caucasus. It should be noted that there are also unresolved issues. The presence of separatist soldiers in the territories controlled by Russian peacekeepers. The use of […]

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President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev gets the highest Turkish award.

By Vusala Abbasova Earlier, a ceremony to inaugurate a new building of the Secretariat of the Cooperation Council of the Turkic-Speaking States was held in Istanbul, on November 12. Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev attends the event. Prior to the event, the heads of state and government posed together for a group photo. The Turkish president […]

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Statement on the crimes of the Houthi militia in Marib

Human rights organizations condemn the terrorist attack on the Salafi Dar al-Hadith Center in al-Juba, south Marib, today, Monday, which killed 39 people, including women and children, according to local human rights sources. The organizations express their concern and denunciation of the bloody attackes caused by the Houthi militia ,in Marib and all Yemeni governorates. […]

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Sudan: New coup by unidentified armed men

General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan announces the dissolution of the transitional authorities. Since the putsch and the ousting of President Omar al-Bashir in April 2019, Sudan has experienced a transition process marred by political divisions and power struggles. Street and international reactions are likely to have little impact on powerful factions pushing for a return to […]

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Iraq’s Election: A Fresh Start for the Country?

By Ahmad Al Jabbouri  Iraq is a country looking to the future. Its present is shaped by religious and ethnic divisions with more than a decade and a half of post-US invasion conflict and instability. Iraq’s complex demographic is diverse, roughly divided geographically between the Shia majority, Sunni population, and the Kurds. After the US-led […]

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Mohamed Salah Tamek (MST), back on the front lines against allegations of human rights abuses in the Kingdom of Morocco

Mohamed Salah Tamek (MST), Head of the Moroccan Prison and Reintegration department of the Kingdom of Morocco, a credible and legitimate voice deconstructs some of the allegations in the 10 senators letter sent to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.The remainder of the amalgamations and untruths of said letter will properly be answered in due […]

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