Analysis

NATO prepares mountain shooters of seven countries in Georgia

NATO prepares mountain shooters of seven countries in Georgia

Head of the mountain training school to Vestnik Kavkaza: "Sachkher base is the base of NATO"

U.N. Leader Softens His Predecessor’s Criticism of Iran Missile Tests

U.N. Leader Softens His Predecessor’s Criticism of Iran Missile Tests

The milder language is contained in a report by the secretary general, António Guterres, to the United Nations Security Council that has not yet been released

Russia, UAE trade ties on upswing

Russia, UAE trade ties on upswing

The two countries mull joint investments in energy sector

  U.S.-China Relations Worsen

U.S.-China Relations Worsen

As Trump turns on Chinese President Xi on Twitter

The U.S. and Iran are headed for a collision in Syria

The U.S. and Iran are headed for a collision in Syria

It’s unclear whether U.S. policy is ready for such an outcome

Will Russia and the US have direct clash in Syria?

Will Russia and the US have direct clash in Syria?

Russian-American clash would be an ideal scenario for Daesh, since attention of all players in the region would be diverted from the fight against terrorism

Russia-China rivalry in Central Asia overblown

Russia-China rivalry in Central Asia overblown

The SCO is an opportunity to talk about regional stability and economic growth

 Oil Prices Flat Set For Worst First Half Since 1997

Oil Prices Flat; Set For Worst First Half Since 1997

So far this year, oil has lost 20% in value

Saudi King promotes his young son to crown prince

Saudi King promotes his young son to crown prince

Four ways Mohammed bin Salman's rise will change Saudi Arabia

France#039s Total to Go Ahead With Major Iran Gas Project

France's Total to Go Ahead With Major Iran Gas Project

The French group sees the downturn in the global energy market as an opportunity to clinch deals for cheap resources

Investors welcome push to prise open Kazakhstan

Investors welcome push to prise open Kazakhstan

A sluggish economy adds impetus to President Nazarbayev’s aim to begin privatisation and reforms

BRICS Countries Cooperate on Energy Efficiency

BRICS Countries Cooperate on Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency has been high on the agenda of the BRICS group

Georgia prepares to restore monarchy

Georgia prepares to restore monarchy

Disputes between ruling party and president resulted in a wide discussion about restoration of monarchy in the country

Sergey Arutyunov: Azerbaijanis should have right to return to Karabakh

Sergey Arutyunov: "Azerbaijanis should have right to return to Karabakh"

Very interesting, although contested, ideas about ways to resolve the conflict were expressed a few years ago by the head of the Caucasus department of the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Russian Academy of Science

China’s Plan for the Middle East

China’s Plan for the Middle East

China may be on the way to taking over America’s role as the key regional player in the Middle East

Oil at $45 a Barrel May Be the Only Thing That Can Stop U.S. Shale Production Growth

Oil at $45 a Barrel May Be the Only Thing That Can Stop U.S. Shale Production Growth

U.S. shale output presses on oil prices, according to Goldman Sachs

EU To Draw Up New Central Asia Strategy By Late 2019

EU To Draw Up New Central Asia Strategy By Late 2019

The EU pledges to extend the Southern Gas Corridor

US concerned by Turkish dealings with Russia

US concerned by Turkish dealings with Russia

Rex Tillerson's remarks came amid growing discussions on the Trump administration's alleged ties with Moscow

Angela Merkel: US actions really break one’s heart

Angela Merkel: US actions "really break one’s heart"

Chancellor believes that there are increasing tendencies of self-isolation in the world

G20 in Hamburg: thousands of radicals are flowing to the city

G20 in Hamburg: thousands of radicals are flowing to the city

Police expect about 7-8 thousand of ready-for-violence demonstrators