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Nuclear War Is Not on the Table – Because It Makes No Sense

By Federico PIERACCINI (Italy)

8. June 2016

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Nuclear War Is Not on the Table – Because It Makes No Sense

Important personalities in alternative news, or the counter-narrative, have spilled a lot of ink recently on the imminent possibility of nuclear war between the US and Russia. Before considering the issue more closely, it is essential to clarify certain basic principles on which we should all agree as a premise for this analysis. (a) Russia […]

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Macedonian Media: We Will Not Succumb To Western Blackmail!

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

25. May 2016

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Macedonian Media: We Will Not Succumb To Western Blackmail!

We are exclusively publishing the full English original source of the new interview given by the American political analyst Andrew Korybko to Macedonian NetPress agency. He outlines general landscape of the Hybrid Warfare in the Balkans, exposes the regional ethnic and emotional stress-lines, stirred up by the interested supranational actors, warns the Albanian community in […]

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Armenian-Azeri Tensions Just Got Alarming: Here’s Why It’s Happening (II)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

4. April 2016

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Armenian-Azeri Tensions Just Got Alarming: Here’s Why It’s Happening (II)

(Please read Part I before this article) The Reverse Brzezinski Unleashed The Stratagem: The author published an analytical research paper in June 2014 whereby he expounded upon the geostrategic concept of the “Reverse Brzezinski”, which is basically the return to the US’ 1980s Afghan-style strategy of engineering debilitating quagmires for Russia but which can also […]

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Armenian-Azeri Tensions Just Got Alarming: Here’s Why It’s Happening (I)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

4. April 2016

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Armenian-Azeri Tensions Just Got Alarming: Here’s Why It’s Happening (I)

The unprecedented upsurge in violence along the Line of Contact between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh has raised universal concern that a larger conflict might be brewing, with some analysts seeing it as an outgrowth of Turkey’s destabilizing anti-Russian policies over the past couple of months. As attractive as it may be to believe such […]

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Grim Prospects of Nukes in Poland

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

9. December 2015

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Grim Prospects of Nukes in Poland

Last weekend, Polish Deputy Defense Minister Tomasz Szatkowski said that Poland is considering asking for access to nuclear weapons through a NATO program allowing non-nuclear states “to borrow” the warheads from the US. This is a reverberation from the intensified debates within allaince regarding the nuclear support of NATO’s operations. There are significant issues involving […]

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It’s not all Putin’s Fault

By Prof. Stephen COHEN (USA)

7. December 2015

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It’s not all Putin’s Fault

  Below is the transcript (cortesy Sharon Tennison, Chair of the Center for Citizen Initiatives) of the speech by Prof. Stephen Cohen at the San Francisco Commonwealth Club on November 18, 2015: *** I am delighted to be here in San Francisco with you. The further you go from Washington and the mainstream media, the better […]

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Islamic Scholar on Syria, Crimea and the End of Times

By Sheikh IMRAN HOSEIN (Malaysia)

5. December 2015

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Islamic Scholar on Syria, Crimea and the End of Times

This interview by the famous Islamic scholar Sheikh Imran Hosein to a Serbian portal was given a few days after Russian Air-Space Forces launched the counter-terrorist campaign in Syria. Sheikh Imran, who currently lives in Malaysia, is the prominent preacher of peaceful and harmonic co-existance of the Christians & Muslims and an ardient critic of […]

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The Croatian-Serbian Missile Race

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

4. December 2015

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The Croatian-Serbian Missile Race

(This posting is a select chapter from Andrew Korybko’s second book that will focus on the geopolitical application of Hybrid Wars.)  Historical Foundation The rivalry between Croatia and Serbia is centuries-long, stretching to before either of them were modern-day nation states and back to the time when they were still under the occupation of Austria-Hungary […]

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Time Is Running Out For Pax Americana’s Apologists

By Rostislav ISCHENKO (Ukraine)

11. November 2015

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Time Is Running Out For Pax Americana’s Apologists

The paradox of the current global crisis is that for the last five years, all relatively responsible and independent nations have made tremendous efforts to save the United States from the financial, economic, military, and political disaster that looms ahead. And this is all despite Washington’s equally systematic moves to destabilize the world order, rightly […]

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China’s Diplomacy and Deterrence of Parade

By Shah Rukh HASHIMI (Pakistan)

9. November 2015

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China’s Diplomacy and Deterrence of Parade

Historically, Diplomacy and War are the two primary means to pursue, protect and preserve interests of a state. Differing from the past, contemporary diplomacy is characterized by the smart combination of both hard and soft power. In this globalized world every state being rational, protecting its national interests seeks to maximize its own gains. International […]

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Hypersonic deterrence: how to maintain strategic balance

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

27. October 2015

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Hypersonic deterrence: how to maintain strategic balance

It is unlikely that nuclear weapons, which the US created in the mid-twentieth century and used only once – to bomb Japanese cities – will ever be activated in a global conflict. We can assume that the leaders of the official Western nuclear powers (the UK, US, and France) as well as the other states […]

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KALIBRating the foe: strategic implications of the Russian cruise missiles’ launch

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

13. October 2015

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KALIBRating the foe: strategic implications of the Russian cruise missiles’ launch

Diplomacy, with all the conventions of its forms, recognizes only real facts. Charles de Gaulle   Last week the biggest event that took place in Syria as part of Operation Hmeymim was the use by the Russian Navy’s Caspian Flotilla of 26 seaborne land-attack cruise missiles (LACMs) that hit 11 Daesh and Jabhat al-Nusra military […]

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