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Russia-Ukraine war

Deceived and Deployed: Indian Workers Trapped in Russia’s War

Deceived and Deployed: Indian Workers Trapped in Russia’s War

By Nishtha Gupta
The exploitation of Indian workers in Russia highlights the need for a proactive approach by the Indian government to uphold the rights and ensure the safety of its citizens abroad.

China’s Shuttle Diplomacy With Ukraine and Russia: All Symbol, No Substance

China’s Shuttle Diplomacy With Ukraine and Russia: All Symbol, No Substance

By Rakshith Shetty
Despite its second round of shuttle diplomacy, China remains hesitant to engage fully in genuine negotiations at this stage.
Russia-Ukraine War: China’s Vanishing Neutrality

Russia-Ukraine War: China’s Vanishing Neutrality

By Pierre-Marie Meunier
Full Chinese logistical support for Russia could be the real game changer of the war – and that support is growing more important and less discreet.

Dissident Russian Rock Band Departs Thailand for Israel

Dissident Russian Rock Band Departs Thailand for Israel

By Sebastian Strangio
Moscow had requested the extradition of the group, whose members were detained for violating Thai immigration laws.

Will Thailand Deport a Group of Dissident Musicians to Russia?

Will Thailand Deport a Group of Dissident Musicians to Russia?

By Mark S. Cogan
Unfortunately for the members of the rock group Bi-2, Thailand has a history of accommodating the requests of authoritarian governments.

China Evaluates Russia’s Use of Hypersonic ‘Daggers’ in the Ukraine War

China Evaluates Russia’s Use of Hypersonic ‘Daggers’ in the Ukraine War

By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
Overall, Chinese strategists are underwhelmed by the performance of the Kinzhal on the Ukrainian battlefield.

As Former Maoist Combatants Join Russian Forces, Nepal’s Maoist PM Is in a Quandary

As Former Maoist Combatants Join Russian Forces, Nepal’s Maoist PM Is in a Quandary

By Birat Anupam
PM Puspa Kamal Dahal has been unable to prevent Nepalis from enlisting to fight in Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Is the US Military Learning the Wrong Lessons About Drones?

Is the US Military Learning the Wrong Lessons About Drones?

By Matthew C. Mai
The Pentagon is betting big on unmanned systems in a conflict with China – but the Russia-Ukraine war is showing the limited utility of such systems.

Russia-Ukraine and Israel-Hamas Wars Reveal the Importance of Weapons Production

Russia-Ukraine and Israel-Hamas Wars Reveal the Importance of Weapons Production

By Vasabjit Banerjee and Benjamin Tkach
Current conflicts offer a reminder to China and the U.S.: Arms do not deliver victory only through technological advantage but also through availability.

Why the Middle Corridor Is a Double-Edged Sword

Why the Middle Corridor Is a Double-Edged Sword

By Seamus Duffy
Europe is pushing hard to advance the Middle Corridor, but other countries like China, Russia, Iran, and Azerbaijan will almost certainly benefit from the infrastructure being built.

The Nuclear Shadows of the Russia-Ukraine War: A Chinese Perspective

The Nuclear Shadows of the Russia-Ukraine War: A Chinese Perspective

By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
How are Chinese strategists viewing the debate over tactical nuclear use and escalation in the Ukraine war?
What Vietnam Can Learn from the Stalemate in Ukraine

What Vietnam Can Learn from the Stalemate in Ukraine

By Khang Vu
The stagnant state of the conflict is likely to make Hanoi even warier of relying on its security partnership with Washington.

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