Russia benefits from an array of allies, partners, and fellow travelers, including Belarus, China, India, Iran, and North Korea.
Assertive South African leadership is vital to navigate geopolitics and represent Global South in the changing world order.
Conflicts in the Caucasus and Israel-Palestine complicate Erdogan’s geopolitical balancing act, but also give him more room to maneuver.
Bangladesh’s Sheikh Hasina has written the playbook on how smaller, authoritarian regimes can survive and thrive in a multipolar world.
Many in the U.S. believe that strengthening India as a counterbalance to China is more important than championing the cause of Ukraine.
A China containment strategy has no tangible benefits for European security. It merely advances the U.S. aim to maintain its global hegemony.
BRICS is now a formidable group, representing a challenge to U.S. geopolitical and economic goals. It can no longer be ignored.
The Russia-Africa summit highlights the increasing importance of Africa to Russian foreign policy and President Vladimir Putin’s image.
China is expanding its influence in Latin America not just through trade and investment, but also espionage, military, and the drug trade.
Beijing is avoiding direct comment on the Wagner Mutiny, but in subtle ways, it may be suggesting to Moscow it needs to get its house in order.