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President Joko Wiododo: Path of Humanitarian Diplomacy

President Joko Wiododo: Path of Humanitarian Diplomacy

By Eddy Suprapto  The Russia-Ukraine war dragged countries on the European continent in the threat of widespread war. Even the impact of the war not only brought a humanitarian crisis but an economic crisis, energy and food hit the world. Efforts to negotiate peace and end the war should be pushed harder to end the […]

Why a cultural boycott of Russia may not be the solution

Why a cultural boycott of Russia may not be the solution

By Rahul Aijaz KARACHI: 2022 has brought about an explosion of a conflict that has been boiling for many years – the Russia-Ukraine War, or as it should rather be phrased ‘the Russian invasion of Ukraine’. But it would be unfair for me to delve into the political circumstances that led to this or analyze the […]

One hundred years after his death, Russian Poet Nikolai Gumilev resumes his travels

One hundred years after his death, Russian Poet Nikolai Gumilev resumes his travels

By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Ashraf Dali) Asia Journalist Association President CAIRO: Nikolai Gumilev (April 15, 1886 – August 26, 1921) was an influential Russian poet, literary critic, traveler, and military officer. He was a cofounder of the Acheist Movement in Russian poetry. He was the husband of the well-known Russian poetess and the father of researcher, […]

Exhibition dedicated to Russian Poet and Traveler Nikolay Gumilev opens in Cairo

Exhibition dedicated to Russian Poet and Traveler Nikolay Gumilev opens in Cairo

During the opening ceremony By Ashraf Aboul-Yazid President of Asia Journalists Association CAIRO: Three months ago in Istanbul, amidst of the activities of the Eurasian Literary Festival, I had a real opportunity to approach a distinguished poet and an active cultural figure, describing her as an organic intellectual, who carries a concern beyond writing to […]

Kazakhstan’s crisis: Historical comparison to Korean Peninsula’s geostrategic situation in late 19th century

Kazakhstan’s crisis: Historical comparison to Korean Peninsula’s geostrategic situation in late 19th century

By Jong-eun Lee Lecturer , International Studies,  American University SEOUL: This week, Kazakhstan has experienced widespread domestic protests, resulting in the intervention of “peacekeeping” troops from the CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organization) member states, including Russia. The mass protests began at first, in response to the state’s raising of LPG price, but were also an expression […]

Pakistan pays $93.5 million to Russia in trade dispute

Pakistan pays $93.5 million to Russia in trade dispute

By Nasir Aijaz AsiaN Representative Islamabad: Pakistan has settled a 40 year old trade dispute with Russia as Islamabad paid $93.5 million to Moscow, Pakistani media reported Wednesday. The issue was a major hurdle in boosting the country’s trade ties with Russia. The dispute resolution is likely to improve trade between the two countries, an […]

Seoul: 6 Russian military aircraft intrude into S. Korea’s air defense zone

Seoul: 6 Russian military aircraft intrude into S. Korea’s air defense zone

  Seoul:  Six Russian military aircraft violated South Korea’s air defense identification zone on Tuesday, prompting the Air Force to scramble fighter jets to turn them back, the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said. An A-50 early-warning aircraft, three SU-27 fighter jets and two TU-95 bombers entered the Korean Air Defense Identification Zone (KADIZ) four […]

Malaysia, Russia discuss ways to strengthen bilateral ties

Malaysia, Russia discuss ways to strengthen bilateral ties

Vladivostok: Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin have discussed ways to further strengthen ties between the two countries. During the 30-minute meeting on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in the port city overlooking Golden Horn Bay, near the borders with China and North Korea, the two leaders […]

Soyuz-2.1a rocket blasts from Kazakhstan to deliver Fedor, Russian’s first robot to space

Soyuz-2.1a rocket blasts from Kazakhstan to deliver Fedor, Russian’s first robot to space

  Baikonur Space Center: Russia on Thursday launched an unmanned rocket carrying a life-size humanoid robot. Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket took off from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan at 6:38 Moscow time to deliver to the International Space Station (ISS) the Soyuz MS-14 manned spacecraft with the first-ever robot sent by Russia on board. Approximately […]

Mongolia, Russia launch joint military drill

Mongolia, Russia launch joint military drill

  Ulaanbaatar: Mongolia and Russia have launched a joint military tactical training involving more than 1,500 military staff from the two countries. The military exercise, Selenge-2019, launched at the training field of the 327th military unit of the military armed forces in Choibalsan city, Dornod aimag, will run until August 27, Mongolian news agency Montsame […]

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