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On 24 February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine in a major escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War, which began in 2014.
Global tensions are escalating, marked by ongoing regional disputes in Ukraine-Russia, Israel-Gaza, Sudan, Myanmar, and Ethiopia. The international community’s intermittent focus on these crises raises concerns about the efficacy of global peacemaking efforts.
Conflict in the Middle East may distract the West, which could be to Russia’s advantage in the Ukraine war.
Slovakia has steadfastly supported Ukraine in the war, but there are signs this may change after the election.
As the war nears 600 days, there are signs that support for Ukraine could be beginning to waver in some parts.
The revelation that Elon Musk halted Starlink services near Crimea during a Ukrainian drone operation, stemming from a biography of the multi-billionaire, showcases the profound impact tech leaders can have in geopolitical affairs.
Despite the UN sanctions against North Korea, Russia is apparently trading weapons and technology which could help Pyongyang’s missile programme.
Schemes to house Ukrainian refugees are set to last for three years. But halfway through, they are already proving unsuccessful.