President Trump wants to legitimize the use of military force outside of the existing “liberum veto”-dependent UNSC structure (international law),
Author: Andrew KORYBKO
It’s very unlikely that Turkey would risk its relations with the US to buy Russian anti-aircraft missiles just to guard against non-existent threat.
The US has weaponized so-called “leaks” in order to craft the perception that Azerbaijan is a “rogue state” which “regularly violates “European norms”.
Russia endeavors to be the supreme balancing force in 21st-century Eurasia, seeking to “wipe the slate clean” in its relations with non-traditionl partners.
Those pushing for Sputnik and RT to register as “foreign agents” under FARA should apply these standards to other publicly financed media outlets such as Al Jazeera and the BBC.
Zaev has empowered Greece and Bulgaria to join together in forming what might turn out to be cornerstone of Russia and China’s multipolar inroads to Europe.
If Damascus emerges victorious in the “Dash for Deir ez-Zor”, it has a chance to dismantle the illegal pro-American “federalized” entity on its territory.
The Rohingya Crisis has taken the world by storm, but should not come as a surprise for those who’ve been astutely following the Myanmar Civil War.
Hezbollah swiftly defeated Daesh in an effective anti-terrorist campaign coordinated with the Syrian Arab Army along the mountainous Syrian-Lebanese border.
Pres. Trump will terminate NAFTA, thus executing one of his main campaign promises, if he doesn’t get a better renegotiated deal like he wanted.
Syria has every right to be skeptical of the EU’s intentions if such a move ever came to pass.
The “progressive” faction of the Russian “deep state” (permanent military, intelligence, and diplomatic bureaucracies) understands that their country needs to flexibly adapt to the full-spectrum paradigm changes taking place across the globe.