Author: Andrew KORYBKO

Anti-Iranian Sanctions

Trump’s Anti-Iranian Sanctions Waivers Are Strategic, Not Signs Of Weakness

It’s unclear at this moment whether that ancillary strategy will succeed with either of them, but it nevertheless can’t be discounted that it was part of the US’ motivation in granting them waivers. By temporarily withholding the full brunt of its sanctions, the US is giving Iran a few more months to consider whether its independent foreign policy is really worth the impending costs.

Macron vs Poland

Macron Might Be Positioning France As Poland’s Latest Rival

Poland has no direct influence on Western European affairs while France is capable of exerting its own in Central & Eastern Europe through its much more influential status in the EU, so any competition between the two is lopsided from the get-go. It’s difficult to avoid the optics of a rising EuroRealist power challenging the existing EuroLiberal dominance in the continent in practically all respects.

Trudeau

Trudeau’s Warm Welcome To The “White Helmets” Is Highly Hypocritical

Canada’s very lenient immigration regime that practically amounts to a policy of “open borders” made the country an ideal destination for these terrorist-linked forces to flee to, where the government could always try to justify its decision under any future pressure on the grounds of guilting the populace into accepting what the Mainstream Media portrays as “innocent victims of the Assad regime”.

Trump Invades Mexico

Will Trump Invade Mexico?

Trump’s policy towards illegal immigration is intended to serve as a powerful deterrent. In the off chance that some of the alleged gang members and other provocateurs in the caravan clash with the Border Patrol, then there should be no doubt that the US will respond accordingly, but it’s highly unlikely that any incursions will be made into Mexican territory.