The office of Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov announced on Monday that the President has been asked to prolong the state of emergency in the capital
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A military conflict is escalating in the Nagorno-Karabakh, a key border region claimed by both Azerbaijan and Armenia. In September 2020, heavy military clashes broke out
In attempting to ease tensions in the Persian Gulf, Europeans should engage the six Gulf states of the Gulf Cooperation Council in discussions on regional
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On Tuesday June 7th, the United States announced a new visa ban that would be place on any Chinese governmental officials that have been involved
The hotlines that previously linked both nations continue to remain out of use since early June following the anti-Pyongyang leaflet incidents. On Tuesday June 7th,
This week, after another conversation between Indian and Chinese representatives, both nations took their first steps towards dismantling their military bases in the Ladakh region.
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