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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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Hybrid Wars 5. Breaking the Balkans (III)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

20. May 2016

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Hybrid Wars 5. Breaking the Balkans (III)

(Please read Part I and Part II before this article) Thus far in the research, it’s been established that an intense New Cold War competition is taking place in the Balkans between the unipolar and multipolar worlds, with the latter vehemently working to bring their transnational connective projects to the region, whereas the former is […]

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Hybrid Wars 5. Breaking the Balkans (II)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

13. May 2016

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Hybrid Wars 5. Breaking the Balkans (II)

(Please read Part I before this article) The first part spoke at length about the strategic situation in the Balkans and briefly identified the state of affairs in each country, thus infusing the reader with the valuable background knowledge. Continuing with what has already been learned, the research will now transition into an examination of […]

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Hybrid Wars 5. Breaking the Balkans (I)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

6. May 2016

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Hybrid Wars 5. Breaking the Balkans (I)

(Please reference the entire Law of Hybrid War series in order to get acquainted with the strategic themes of this article) Reconceptualizing The Balkan Peninsula The Balkans are the most geostrategically important region in Europe today, and truth be told, they’ve held this role for centuries before, despite whether or not various Great Powers acknowledged […]

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How long will Belgrade seesaw between NATO and Russia?

By Sergey BELOUS (Russia)

23. April 2016

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How long will Belgrade seesaw between NATO and Russia?

“We intentionally set the bar too high for the Serbs to comply.  They need some bombing and that’s what they are going to get.”  This was how then-US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright described the draft peace agreement during a break at the conference in Rambouillet (February 1999).  At the time the Yugoslav delegation had […]

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Controlling Crime in Albania: The Ban of “Burner Phones”

By Christopher BARBER (USA)

5. April 2016

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Controlling Crime in Albania:  The Ban of “Burner Phones”

Are you in the market for a block of explosive C4 which can be activated by a mobile phone?  The going rate in Albania is 2,000 euros.  Would you like to install a second detonator, ensuring that the explosion is 100% guaranteed? Only 500 euros more!  In July 2014,  Albanian secret police investigators were offered […]

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The Hypocrisy of the Animal Rights Agenda

By Russell WHITEHOUSE (USA)

31. March 2016

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The Hypocrisy of the Animal Rights Agenda

Almost immediately after ascending to power, the Nazi Party enacted, in the words of professor and author Hal Herzog, Ph.D., “the world’s most progressive animal protection legislation.” While they were planning the extermination of the Jews and countless other groups of people, the National Socialist Party also fretted over the predicament of lobsters about to […]

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Kosovo is not Serbia’s Kurdistan, but Balkan’s IS/Daesh

By Elena BEKIC (Serbia)

28. March 2016

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Kosovo is not Serbia’s Kurdistan, but Balkan’s IS/Daesh

In the article “Kurdistan – Turkey’s Kosovo” Prof. Sotirović compared different aspects of Turkish Kurdistan case to the Kosovo one, found some parallels and pointed out Turkey’s hypocrisy. While Prof. Sotirović is right in his assessment that Turkey is hypocritical to say at least, he failed to expose the fundamental differences between Kurdistan and Kosovo. […]

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Kurdistan – Turkey’s Kosovo

By Vladislav SOTIROVIC (Serbia)

22. March 2016

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Kurdistan – Turkey’s Kosovo

A blast caused by a suicide car bombing hit the centre of Ankara on Sunday evening (March 13th, 2016) resulting in over a hundred casualties. The Turkish authorities were very quick to announce the identity of the suicide person: a Kurdish woman in close relation with the Kurdistan Workers Party. Nevertheless, this terror act in […]

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Hybrid Wars 3. Predicting Next Hybrid Wars

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

18. March 2016

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Hybrid Wars 3. Predicting Next Hybrid Wars

(Please read Part I and Part II prior to this article) Theoretical Review Identifying The Targets: The first two parts of the series introduced new concepts to the Hybrid War theory and successfully tested them on the Syrian and Ukrainian cases. This proved that a certain methodology does in fact exist for explaining and analyzing […]

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Stability in Europe has no chances because of Ukraine

by Adomas ABROMAITIS (Lithuania)

14. March 2016

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Stability in Europe has no chances because of Ukraine

Everyone wants to help Ukraine but no one knows exactly how. Time is passing, nothing is changing. All tested methods of international aid suffered a defeat. Consultative, financial and military assistance was tried more than once. Ukraine as a bottomless pit absorbs aid without any substantial effect. According to The Guardian, “over a year, living […]

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Emergence of Right Sector in Lithuania

By Adomas ABROMAITIS (Lithuania)

29. February 2016

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Emergence of Right Sector in Lithuania

One of the consequences of the geopolitical changes that has come to characterize modern civil society has been the surge in popularity of paramilitary units across Europe. This phenomenon is particularly observable in the Baltic States concerned about the rise of Russia’s military activity. The Lithuanian Riflemen’ Union is a telling example. Established in 1919, […]

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