German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas finished his trip to China looking ahead to Germany's seat on the UN Security Council beginning in 2019. He said arms control was a particular challenge for both countries to tackle.
Moldova's government is making a tentative step to rekindle currently chilly ties with Russia, sending its first delegation to Moscow in a year-and-a-half.
The present Russian-Western conflict need not predetermine a difficult Russian-Western century. What are the scenarios? And what can be done?
Exclusive interview of the Chairman of the Board at the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation. Mr Maksym Khylko
NATO member and partner forces are in Norway for a sprawling military exercise called Trident Juncture — the largest since the Cold War, officials have said.
A new survey suggests that the majority of Serbian citizens are in favour of the EU-mediated talks between Belgrade and Pristina to normalise relations.
The statements of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs, voiced during their recent visit to the region, once again showed their lack of initiative in the negotiations to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans should keep away from the strained rule of law dialogue between Brussels and Warsaw, as long as he is running for a seat in the new Commission, says expert Sławomir Dębski.
Exclusive interview of the Ph.D. Alex Grigorievs, Vice Chair of the Board, Baltic to Black Sea Alliance (BBSA)
In the system of international relations and global politics, Azerbaijan is distinguished by its principled state strategy, which aims to support the foreign policy balance in the region and in the world.