Crisis Reporting Resource How a militia combining medieval and high-tech paralyzed the world economy 05.01.2024 Iason Athanasiadis The geopolitical intricacies and shadow wars that have turned the Red Sea into a volatile battleground, threatening vital trade routes and exposing the limitations of military interventions Crisis Reporting Resource The poorest countries around the world are also highly dependent on wheat imports from Ukraine and Russia 07.06.2022 Kelly Kiki, Stefaniya Ibrishimova Food insecurity is increasing as a result of historically high food inflation, export restrictions and the dependence of many countries on basic foodstuff imports from Ukraine and Russia. What do the data suggest about the global imports and exports of foodstuffs and fertilizers. Crisis Reporting Resource Via Southern Ukraine, Russia Eyes “Another Route” to Moldova’s Transnistria 29.04.2022 Madalin Necsutu BIRN - a senior Russian commander said Russian speakers were being “oppressed” in a rebel region of Moldova Stories Transnistria: a “non-existent” country becomes a geopolitical catalyst 28.04.2022 Nota Vafea iMEdD team - Facts about this small "de facto" state Crisis Reporting Resource Small Talk: War in Ukraine – How we got to the Russian invasion and what the next day will look like. 13.04.2022 iMEdD Team Stratis Trilikis, co-founder and programs director at iMEdD, discusses the multiple dimensions of the war in Ukraine with Dimitris Christopoulos, Professor of Political Science and Dean of the Faculty of Political Science at Panteion University. Crisis Reporting Resource The Orbán split: siding with both, simultaneously 14.03.2022 Attila Kálmán Investigate Europe: For three terms, the Hungarian prime minister has fought with Brussels and moved closer to Moscow. Then came the Russian invasion of Ukraine — a painful reality check. But it seems that Orbán still does not want to fall out of Putin's good graces. Crisis Reporting Resource The Nuclear Arsenal of the Planet 11.03.2022 Kelly Kiki, Nikolas Aronis iMEdD Team - The combined arsenals of Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and possibly North Korea contain some 13,000 nuclear weapons, most of which are many times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.