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21. December 2016

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Envoy killed in a ‘parallel universe’

The Russian ambassador was killed in Ankara on the evening of Dec. 19 .  The killer, a 22-year-old Turkish graduate of the police academy who had been fired in July after being deemed untrustworthy, fired 11 bullets into the ambassador’s back as he finished addressing the attendees at the opening of the Russia Through Turkish […]

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26. June 2017

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The Great War For Civilization: A Lesson From History

by Gulam ASGAR MITHA (Canada)

The Great War For Civilization: A Lesson From History

Recently I was listening to Jerry Day’s video titled We Are Being Judged By What We Permit To Be Done. He says “As Germany was in 1939, America is today bringing unprovoked horror and death to a host of countries (Muslim of course).” There is hardly any untruth in what he has to say. There […]

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21. June 2017

A Public Saudi-“Israeli” Rapprochement Could Backfire On Riyadh

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

A Public Saudi-“Israeli” Rapprochement Could Backfire On Riyadh

It’s been an open secret in the Mideast for years now that Saudi Arabia and “Israel” have been cooperating with one another against their shared Iranian rival, and that this and their equally strategic ties with the US is what’s brought them together. However, due to political sensitivities on both sides, neither has formally recognized […]

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17. June 2017

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Serbia And Poland: Alt-Media’s Biggest Reversal?

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Serbia And Poland: Alt-Media’s Biggest Reversal?

Recent developments in Serbia and Poland have prompted many in the Alt-Media Community to rethink their attitude towards each respective government. Serbian Surprise Governments don’t always represent the people, and nowhere is this clearer nowadays than in Serbia. Pro-Western Prime Minister-turned-President Alexander Vucic just appointed an openly gay Croatian woman and former USAID employee, Ana […]

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16. June 2017

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Brussels’ Pro-Migrant Sanctions Might Break Up The EU

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Brussels’ Pro-Migrant Sanctions Might Break Up The EU

The EU has taken the stunning step to pursue pro-migrant sanctions against its fellow Polish, Hungarian, and Czech members None of these three targeted countries agreed to Brussels’ unilateral demand that they accept the relocation of Greek- and Italian-based migrants, arguing that it’s illegal for the EU to force them to do this, and also […]

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14. June 2017

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Donetsk People’s Republic – Story Untold by Western media

By Stephen EBERT (USA)

Donetsk People’s Republic – Story Untold by Western media

My refusal to believe ongoing Western media reports of “Russian aggression” makes me a “Kremlin troll”. My punishment for not towing the “party line” – simple, effective “shunning” by Western media – has not, however, diminished my ongoing commitment to seeing the other side. Having previously investigated the Crimean reunification with Russia, this May I […]

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12. May 2017

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Hybrid War Can Wreak Havoc Across West Africa (V)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Hybrid War Can Wreak Havoc Across West Africa (V)

Part I, part II, part III, part IV In approaching the end of the African Hybrid War research, the series will now take to addressing the strategic vulnerabilities inherent in Niger, a country which is triply important for its uranium reserves, geographic position just north of Niger, and the emerging French-Chinese competition there. These three […]

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4. May 2017

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Is the Geriatric Fifth Republic About to Marry Macron?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

Is the Geriatric Fifth Republic About to Marry Macron?

Something that was originally conceived as a grandiose pageant of political marketing will come to a conclusion next Sunday in France.  A young man with an evident Oedipus complex who has never held a single elected office and who was almost unknown just three years ago is now preparing to fill the seat once occupied […]

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1. May 2017

“Germany of Asia” looking to restore its sovereignty

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

“Germany of Asia” looking to restore its sovereignty

While the new resident of the White House has been acquiring a taste for military adventures overseas, the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, visited Moscow last Thursday for his 17th talk with Vladimir Putin. But of course their normal economic agenda, intended to hammer out the final details of some painful bilateral issues, was […]

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30. April 2017

The Russian Hawaii

By Vladimir ANSHUKOV (Ukraine)

The Russian Hawaii

The first European explorers reached these heavenly volcanic islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean at the end of the 18th century. One, the famous British voyager James Cook, also found his final resting place there. As a direct consequence of this “contact with civilization,” a local chieftain named Kamehameha (sometimes spelled Tamehameha) proclaimed […]

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29. April 2017

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The first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency in military terms

By Vladimir KOZIN (Russia)

The first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency in military terms

April 29 marks the 100th day in office of Donald Trump – a man who, unlike many of his predecessors in recent decades, lacks any practical experience serving in the government’s executive or legislative branches, or even in the military. This 45th US president – whose bid for office was supported by military officials and […]

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7. April 2017

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Hybrid War Can Wreak Havoc Across West Africa (IV)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Hybrid War Can Wreak Havoc Across West Africa (IV)

Part 1, Part II, Part III The last chapter of the Hybrid War research, not just for West Africa but the entire continent, deals with its largest country, Nigeria. This federal republic, as it’s officially called, has the largest population of any African country at over 175 million people, thus bestowing it with limitless economic […]

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31. March 2017

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Hybrid War Can Wreak Havoc Across West Africa (III)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA)

Hybrid War Can Wreak Havoc Across West Africa (III)

Part 1, Part II To continue with analyzing the countries around Nigeria’s periphery, it’s now time to turn the research’s focus over to Cameroon, one of the most stable and relatively prosperous countries in all of Africa. Despite being home to more than 240 separate ethno-linguistic groups, Cameroon avoided the destructive tribal violence of its […]

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