Recent statements from the leaders of France, Germany, and Italy cast some doubts on their commitment to never allow “changes to the status quo by force.”
The theatrical play 35th May, about Beijing’s violent 1989 crackdown on protesters, should inspire societies to fight for their freedoms and to preserve them.
You don't just deter overnight, It’s like a stone wall that is slowly built up over time. And at the very least, don't tell your adversary...
Russia’s massacring of Ukrainian citizens, shelling nuclear facilities, and bombing evacuation centers and residential areas, are nothing less than war crimes.
Russian Deputy PM Yuri Trutnev’s declaration that the Northern Territories “belong to Russia” constitutes gross infringement on Japanese sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Who directed them and how they were carried out must be revealed, and all those involved must be held accountable.
Sergey Mironov didn’t explain what he meant by the “lessons of World War II” but the insinuation was clear: Defy Russia and you will suffer.
“I would like people to have the same sense of urgency that they would have if they thought that a missile would come flying over their...
In our podcast, Andrii Gurenko, Ukrainian international relations expert, says the behavior of democratic countries towards Russia will be crucial.
Poland has welcomed millions of refugees while Japan is “extremely serious about doing something” to end the war in Ukraine, says Ambassador Milewski.
It can halt energy imports related to the Sakhalin 1 crude oil extraction project and Sakhalin 2 natural gas development project.
China’s Zhang Jun heard how “children were killed, women were raped,” but still voted not to expel Russia from the UN Human Rights Council.