Kseniya Sabaleuskaya

Kseniya Sabaleuskaya is a multilingual student hailing from Belarus but currently pursuing her academic journey in Poland, where she is fluent in Russian and Belarusian. She is now embarking on an Erasmus adventure in Granada, studying Political Science and Sociology in English while honing her Spanish skills. With a background in tutoring Polish and crafting insightful articles on various political subjects, Kseniya is passionate about researching, analyzing, and drawing her own conclusions.
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UK elections 2024: will there be a change in the government? Keir Starmer- the new leader of British national political arena

UK parliamentary elections are getting closer and closer and national polls are already showing which party will replace…

Trial against Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden

Washington DC (Brussels Morning) - Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, is facing trial on charges of…

Elections in South Africa: a political change of one-party ruling

Cape Town (Brussels Morning) - South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), has failed to secure…

ICC is seeking arrest warrants for Benjamin Netanyahu, Yoav Gallant and Hamas leaders

Hague (Brussels Morning) - On May 20, 2024, the International Criminal Court (ICC) requested arrest warrants for three…

Slovakian PM Robert Fisco survived assassination attempt in Bratislava

Bratislava (Brussels Morning) - Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot multiple times in Handlova, resulting in a…

Global food insecurity: DRC, Nigeria, Sudan, Afghanistan, Yemen, Ukraine and Gaza

Democratic Republic of Congo has relived two civil wars on its territory. The First Congo War started after…

Will the Rwandan president Paul Kagame step down or will he seek another term?

After the RPF took control of the country, it met several major challenges. Around 30% of the entire…

Israel is partially withdrawing its forces from Gaza. Protests against Netanyahu

Israel is using Article 51 of the United Nations Charter which states a right to self-defense in case…

Why is International Law not working on Israel?

“Israel does not recognize the legitimacy of the discussion at the International Court of Justice in the Hague…

Why is the United Nations not sending a peacekeeping operation to the Gaza Strip?

Before the ceasefire resolution was adopted, the United States was proposing the entry of International Military Forces to…

2024 presidential elections in Senegal. First woman candidate to run for president in a decade

Senegal is a unitary presidential republic, which means that the president in this system is the head of…

A fight with jihad in Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso

Jihad military insurgency was present in Africa from the beginning of the 18th century and was manifesting itself…

Haitian gangs stormed the prison and freed 4000 detainees

After years of political and economic struggles, in 1915 island was occupied by the United States forces. Despite…

Navigating China’s Youth Unemployment Crisis: Challenges and Solutions

Moreover, while China's population growth has slowed, it's crucial to note that the decline is gradual, with around…

New Prime Minister of Georgia. Can we expect some changes?

 Iraki Garibashvili resigns from the post of Prime Minister of Georgia, and Irakli Kobakhidze takes his place. In…