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10.06.2024 Phil Butler

The Hill, a publication now owned by Nextar Media Group, recently published the pièce de résistance of Putin/Russia hate pieces. “The ruinous reign of Vladimir the Terrible” is authored by one of the top political scientists in the world, Alexander J. Motyl. His other mission in life is to teach Russophobia to Rutgers University students. The synthesis of Nextar, Motyl, and the Western elitist’s logic system is the entropy ruining humanity for good…

08.06.2024 Abbas Hashemite

Africa has been facing acute chaos and turmoil the past few years. This chaos and turbulence have reached a new zenith in recent years due to the increasing involvement of the Western forces. The West has been constantly attempting to install pro-Western leaders in different African countries, sparking dissatisfaction among the native population. The West is also using this regional instability to establish its control and achieve its regional ambitions…

07.06.2024 Simon Chege Ndiritu

The US policy in Africa is centered on endless military intervention and bombing civilians and infrastructure (for instance, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, and nations of Sahel for over 30 years), even while terrorism and Islamist militancy have expanded. This policy has distracted Africans from socioeconomic development. While the US seeks to expand its footprint and ‘terrorism’ justification, Some African nations are seeking a new future by…

06.06.2024 Mikhail Gamandiy-Egorov

The head of Russian diplomacy Sergey Lavrov is once again on the African continent as part of an official tour. At a time when for Russia, as for many African countries, this tour is associated with the highest level of relations between Moscow with its allies and partners on the continent, the Western minority regimes continue to watch the development of things with an extreme discontent…

05.06.2024 Phil Butler

The remarkable news that Italy’s Defence Minister is calling for the West to make a concerted effort to end the conflict in Ukraine may give some people hope. Guido Crosetto recently told the daily Il Messaggero that negotiation with Vladimir Putin is the only way to end the bloodshed. However, doublespeak statements from Italian politicians and business people mirror the EU’s and NATO’s rudderless single mindedness…

05.06.2024 Alexandr Svaranc

The struggle for strategic natural resources in post-Soviet Central Asia is reformatting international relations in the region and triggering confrontation between the key players. Turkey is gaining new opportunities on the global stage with the launch of energy transit routes that bypass Russia. Geo-economic and geopolitical significance of natural gas transit routes…

05.06.2024 Mohamed Lamine KABA

While the Western minority no longer has the monopoly on the power to decide what to do or not in the global dynamic, states formerly deprived of their right to self-determination are becoming determining players in global power. The Republic of Guinea seems to be part of this logic of the overthrow of the unipolar world order (here)…

04.06.2024 Simon Westwood

On March 7, 2024, Sweden – a historically non-aligned and neutral country, became the 32nd full member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The latter is a military alliance “whose purpose is to safeguard the Allies’ freedom and security.” However, since its creation on April 4, 1949, with its clear aim to safeguard the freedom and security of its Allies, the NATO is constantly undermining and threatening the freedom and security of Russia…

03.06.2024 Simon Chege Ndiritu

The US security policy based on the reckless, and imperialist Wolfowitz Doctrine is collapsing, but Washington cannot admit either the policy or failure for fear of losing already waning credibility. The Wolfowitz Doctrine was an unofficial name given to an earlier version of the US Defense Policy Guidance (DPG) 1994-1999, which leaked…

03.06.2024 Brian Berletic

Now in its third year, Russia’s Special Military Operation (SMO), precipitated by the overthrow of neighboring Ukraine’s elected government and the subsequent militarization of the country by the US and the rest of NATO, is admittedly benefiting from Russia’s immense military industrial base…

01.06.2024 Alexandr Svaranc

World history shows that an independent policy of a charismatic leader of an important state often leads to a foreign interference, i.e. a coup d’état and the overthrow of the undesirable ruler. When all the “arguments” of diplomacy and economic pressure fail to achieve their goals, they use covert operations of special services and subversive organizations under their control to carry out a coup d’état as legitimate or illegitimate removal of the current leader from power. In this regard, Türkiye has quite a lot of experience in internal political intrigues and external interventions with successful and failed attempts to overthrow the legitimate government.

31.05.2024 Mikhail Gamandiy-Egorov

The Western establishment, through its actions and declarations, continues to widen the gap, visible today more than ever. The gap between the obvious planetary minority – on the one hand, and the global majority, on the other. All the so-called speech about the pseudo-democracy is in reality nothing more than hypocritical and arrogant attempts to force the world to live according to the West’s so-called rules. Today, this is obvious to almost everyone…