Lavrov made strong statements on US interference and Russia’s commitment to working with its partners to prevent any outside “dictates.”
Much like 1944, the raging Russia-Ukraine War has put humanity in deep trouble.
Unless US foreign policy is changed to recognise the need for a multipolar world, it will lead to more wars, and possibly World War III.
This month provides a harrowing historical landmark of what an ugly turn that order has taken in the past.
Developments in three areas – telework, renewables, and AI – will bind countries together in new networks of interdependence.
Dmitry Glukhovsky says sales of his books depicting life in the Moscow Metro after a nuclear apocalypse have been booming since Russia put him on a "wanted" list for opposing the war in Ukraine and he was forced to flee abroad.
The World Bank yesterday delivered yet another bad news for the economy as the Washington-based multilateral lender pared back Bangladesh’s growth forecast for this fiscal year by 1.5 percent to 5.2 percent.
The rise in the prices of goods has led to many people suffering from a silent famine.