Use of Weaponry in Russia-Ukraine War: Who is Using What?

Use of Weaponry in Russia-Ukraine War: Who is Using What?

In asymmetrical warfare like the Russia-Ukraine, no one thought of Russian tanks receiving merciless bombardment from Ukraine. However, as the war started, many Russian tanks and other waring machinery went rubbles as Ukrainian forces showed extraordinary resolve to stop Russian advancement. How is the West Supporting Ukraine in the Asymmetrical Warfare While the United States-led … Read more

Russia’s Mixed Strategy of Cyber and Traditional Warfare is Alarming the World

Russia's Mixed Strategy of Cyber and Traditional Warfare is Alarming the World

All the theories of the international relations that were founded after the end of the cold war have started depleting in the wake of the Russian-Ukraine conflict. Back then, most theorists maintained that the era of hard war was diminishing and that the emergence of hybrid warfare was increasing. The World Prepared for Cyber Attack, … Read more

Messaging War: People of Many Countries are Supporting Russia

Messaging War: People of Many Countries are Supporting Russia

Russian aggression against Ukraine is mostly denounced unanimously. However, people in countries friendly to Russia believe that the Russian president has a point and has enough grounds to defend the invasion. Surveys were conducted in countries ranging from Afghanistan to Vietnam to China, and as people there condemn the atrocities in Ukraine, they still think … Read more

Regime Change in Ukraine: Russia’s End Game Begins

Regime Change in Ukraine: Russia's End Game Begins

The Russian aggression Against Ukraine has entered a decisive phase as continuous bombardment shatters Ukrainian cities. Not only this, but Russia has also shown its ambitions for a regime change in Ukraine by kidnapping a Ukrainian Mayor. This is signaling the upcoming political crisis in Ukraine that can end up with having a pro-Russian government … Read more

What Does a No-Fly Zone on Ukraine Really Mean?

What Does a No-Fly Zone on Ukraine Really Mean?

Amid the mounting escalation between Russia and Ukraine, Ukraine is the subject of the barbaric bombardment of Russia with no signs of peace. This has led the Ukrainian president and average Americans asking from NATO and the United States to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine, which will essentially stop Russia’s aerial attacks against Ukraine. … Read more

US Economic Sanctions: A Tool to Violate Human Rights Globally

US Economic Sanctions: A Tool to Violate Human Rights Globally

Almost all of the world except a few countries are protesting the Russian invasion of Ukraine and are teaming up with the west to sanction Russia economically as hard as they could do. Economic sanctions are mostly used as a war weapon by countries in the 21st century, where unconventional weaponry has ostensibly diminished the … Read more

Three Ways Russia Ukraine War Can End

Three Ways Russia Ukraine War Can End

The Ukraine war is entering a critical phase as Russian president Vladimir Putin has decided to increase violence on civilians, which could cost a lot of innocent lives and qualify Putin for war crimes.  Seeing the unfolding situation, there are three possibilities of the Ukraine war, the absolute disaster, the much-needed compromise, and the unlikely … Read more

Big Tech Faces Daunting Challenges with Russia-Ukraine War

Big Tech Faces Daunting Challenges with Russia-Ukraine War

At a time when Russia is advancing its troops towards Ukraine’s capital, big tech is facing a daunting challenge regarding misinformation that comes with the war. Battlegrounds are famous for the conspiracy theories that may erupt from these fields over time. With the absence of media and the lack of on-ground journalists, Russians are leading … Read more

Why Russia’s Putin Always Wins War

Why Russia’s Putin Always Wins War

Currently, no world leader has a better record of using military power to advance its political ideology compared to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Be it his Georgie aggression of 2008, followed by Ukraine insurgency in 2014, Syria in 2015, and now again Ukraine in 2022, Putin has shown his resolve to fight militarily instead of … Read more

Explainer: What Does Russia Really Want from Ukraine

Explainer: What Does Russia Really Want from Ukraine

Russian military buildup along Ukraine’s border has worried the United States about Russia’s possible invasion of Ukraine. Although Russia has claimed that it is diluting its forces from the Ukraine border, the United States has accused the former Soviet Union of lying about the troops’ withdrawal. Just a few days ago, the tensions between the … Read more

New Wave of Cyberattacks Against America Imminent: Time to Develop Proactive Strategy

New Wave of Cyberattacks Against America Imminent: Time to Develop Proactive Strategy

Countering cyberattacks has long been a vulnerable front of American defense, and once again, a threat of this attack has been prevailing in Washington. Reportedly, Russian-based hackers could invade the cyber properties of America if Russia perceives that the NATO and American response to Ukraine are detrimental to its foreign ambitions. The wave of such … Read more

Russia Playing With Biden: America Failing to Focus on its Russian Strategy

Russia Playing With Biden: America Failing to Focus on its Russian Strategy

With the constant threat of war, Russian President Vladimir Putin has successfully managed to divert the attention of the Biden administration from Asia, which has been the primary focus of global politics lately. The news of the Sino-US conflict has become secondary immediately, and the Indo-Pacific strategy of America seems to be pushed to the … Read more

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