The 3rd issue for 2023 of the journal “Russia and the New State of Eurasia” has been published. The issue opens with the article about the Ukrainian crisis, which analyzes the course of the armed conflict between Moscow and Kiev. Much attention is also paid to other countries located in the European part of the post-Soviet space. The authors analyze the changes in Belarus’ foreign trade caused by Western sanctions and the foreign policy course of the Moldovan leadership. The role of Turkey in the post-Soviet space have also become the subject of the researchers’ study. The authors consider the current state of Turkey-Kazakhstan relations and military-technical cooperation between Turkey and Azerbaijan. Considerable attention is paid to such an urgent topic as the creation and development of international transport corridors (ITCs). The article published in the issue examines the role of the ITCs in the formation of the Greater Eurasian Partnership. As before, the author’s attention is focused on Central Asia. The researchers analyze the geopolitical role of Kyrgyzstan, the systemic energy crisis in Central Asian countries, the threat to the states of the region from the “Afghan branch” of ISIS (ISIS – the terrorist organization banned in Russia). The authors also comprehensively consider the situation in Transcaucasia. The development of the Azerbaijani economy in 2022, the struggle of Turkey and Iran to gain key positions in the South Caucasus and their positions on the events in Nagorno-Karabakh, the impact of the Russian special military operation in Ukraine on the foreign and domestic policy of the Republic of Abkhazia are examined. Considerable attention is also paid to the problems of migration – in the article published in the issue migration flows from Ukraine are considered in detail.