Author: Andrew KORYBKO

NATO’s Black Sea bloc gets busy (II)

(Please read Part I prior to this article)  The Bloc In Action General Characteristics: The central dynamic underpinning the Black Sea Bloc is one of irredentist expansionism and strategic branching, which by its very nature mandates that the group is constantly attempting to export its influence past its understood boundaries. […]

New Strategic Calculus for the Balkans (II)

(Please refer to Part I in acquiring the necessary background information in understanding the Central Balkans concept). 3 Key Characteristics Of The Central Balkans Since the general idea and genesis behind the Central Balkans have been discussed, it’s now time to turn towards their three most important strategic characteristics: Lead […]

Between The Lines: Western Public Support For Albanian Terrorism (II)

(Please reference Part I for relevant contextual information.) Institutional Intrigue Western institutions and their controlled appendages such as the UN are at the forefront of issuing veiled threats against the Macedonian government, and a simple glance at their copy-and-paste statements indicates the seamless level of strategic collaboration between them. In […]