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There are 36 item(s) tagged with the keyword "international relations".

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1. Chinese Arbitration?

China's UN representative has suggested that Beijing could perhaps mediate a peace deal between Kiev and Moscow.

Tags: international relations, diplomacy, war in ukraine
2. Spies in the Arctic

A seventh Russian spy has been arrested in Norway for nefarious activities.

Tags: international relations, norway, government, espionage, spies
3. Genocide Preventing Genocide

Russia filed an official objection against Ukraine's case that Russia committed genocide during its invasion of its neighbor.

Tags: international relations, government, law, genocide, United Nations, war in ukraine
4. From Offense to Defense

After a five-day referendum, Putin signs a decree integrating Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, and parts of Donetsk and Luhansk into Russia.

Tags: international relations, DPR, LPR, UN, putin, independence, war in ukraine
5. Sentenced to Return Home

After negotiations, Russia agreed to release 10 foreign prisoners captured during the fighting in Ukraine.

Tags: war in ukraine, social issues, prisoners, international relations, saudi arabia
6. Served Uncivilly

An employee of the international governmental organization OSCE has been sentenced to thirteen years by authorities in Russia-supported Luhansk.

Tags: international relations, human rights, law, Luhansk
7. Turkey Takes a Side

The possibility of another Chernobyl incident brings Turkey to Ukraine's side.

Tags: international relations, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Ukraine, war in ukraine, turkey
8. My God, a Symbol of Separation

“There was a certain girl here who was handing out some permission to paint to artists, complete nonsense. I gave her this work, and the first thing she said was that it was a very dangerous job, because if Gorbachev saw it, he would not allow the unification of Germany and that she will send it to the senate of West Berlin, which was a different country, for approval.” 

                                   –  Dmitry Vrubel, the artist behind the Berlin Wall's "The Fraternal Kiss"
Tags: russians abroad, Dmitri Vrubel, international relations, berlin wall
9. Most Unstudious Sanctions

Estonia has placed limitations on Russians seeking residency permits for education.

Tags: Scandinavia, international relations, education, estonia
10. Confusion Amidst the Fog

“It’s unclear what happened, but you can’t bring people back to life.” 

                                   –  Alina Nesterenko, whose husband was a prisoner in Russian-occupied Donetsk.
Tags: prison camp, international relations, DPR, war in ukraine

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