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Russian Diplomatic Relations Tracker

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Since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the country has experienced isolation throughout Europe, North America, and parts of East Asia. The United States has been leading economic and diplomatic efforts to punish Russia for its aggression in Ukraine, with the European Union being largely on board. However, the international community is not unanimous in its disapproval, with some nations holding a supportive stance toward the invasion or towards Russia more generally. This diplomatic relations tracker is intended to provide a simplified visual overview of diplomatic relations between Russia and the international community by assigning a value to data about each country’s relationship with Russia. This includes data on bilateral diplomatic representation, diplomatic expulsions, voting records in the UN, Russia’s published “enemies” list, humanitarian and military material support to Ukraine, global affiliation with Russia (such as CSTO and BRICS), Russian weapons import or export deals, joint military exercises, and stationing of Russian military or paramilitary troops.

Clicking a country will provide its designation. This map will be continuously updated as new data is acquired.

Last update: December 4, 2023

Tracker version 2.0 designed by Dylan Gooding, launched on December 4, 2023

Initial research and tracker version 1.0 designed by Heberto Limas-Villers