Russia’s second aggression against Ukraine (started on February 24, 2022) led to serious and very intense changes in the existing
Russia’s second aggression against Ukraine (started on February 24, 2022) led to serious and very intense changes in the existing security, political, social, and economic processes at the world level. The consequences of that aggression strongly affect numerous states and organizations. Even if they are not even (in)directly connected with aggression. Globalization processes that were, as it is now quite visible, planned and applied without safety fuses.
They enabled the rapid spread of the crisis to almost all spheres of human life on a global level. This is particularly relevant to the situation when the direct cause of the crisis is the permanent member of the UN Security Council. This prevents the effective functioning of the UN as a global and security architecture in the processes of development, stopping crises, conflicts and wars, and imposing peace.
Average global temperatures this year will be by a significant margin the hottest ever recorded, at about a 1.4˚C rise, so the 1.5˚C buffer is all butviše
Warnings from top Western politicians about Russian state propaganda are increasing. Countless analyses have proven the use of Kremlin propaganda andviše