The U.S. military and biological programs in Ukraine and other post-Soviet countries are aimed at developing biological weapons.
Author: Imran SALIM
U.S. Military And Biological Activity As A Threat Of New Dangerous Pandemics (I)
The activities of American military biologists to create new viruses have demonstrated their ability to destabilize the world.
The G20 And The Destructive Western Policy
After the protracted COVID-19 pandemic and Western sanctions against Russia and China, which demonstrated the fragility and instability of global supply chains, and the military conflict in Ukraine, which broke economic ties between Moscow and the West and undermined global energy and food markets, the world has come to another […]
Water And Environmental Problems In Central Asian Countries And Ways To Solve Them
Central Asia’s dehydration could be prevented by developping and creation an integrated water management system.
New U.S. Partnership Initiatives As A Threat To PRC Security And Economic Stability In The Asia-Pacific Region
The U.S. initiative is just a list of areas for negotiation, as well as a tool for engaging partners in economic cooperation, with the ultimate goal of isolating China.
The SCO As A Non-Alternative Mechanism For Ensuring Eurasian Security
It has now become finally and irrevocably clear what is happening in the world, who is treaty-eligible and who cannot be trusted. The world is in endless confrontation. This conclusion is drawn after the West exposed its consistent and long-term strategy of turning Ukraine into “anti-Russia”, the main goal of […]
A Fatal Friendship? (IV)
Part I, Part II, Part III As a result, Iraq brought charges against Kuwait and the OAU for violating the OPEC agreements on oil production quotas, saturating the market and lowering prices. Playing on the ambitions of the Iraqi leader, the Americans managed to seriously aggravate relations between Baghdad and […]
A Fatal Friendship? (III)
Part I, Part II The U.S. trap for Saddam Hussein It is known that control over the oil resources of the Persian Gulf states, which produce almost half of the hydrocarbons consumed in the world, is one of the key elements of the U.S. global domination strategy. Such control allows […]
A Fatal Friendship? (II)
Part I After the end of the war with Iran in the summer of 1989, the Iraqi leadership was faced with two major problems: economic and domestic, on the solution of which the survival of the Baathist regime depended. In fact, the eight-year war with Iran had bankrupted the country. […]
A Fatal Friendship? (I)
The U.S. invasion of Iraq has long been a trope for discussion. Marking the event year after year, commentators usually try to examine the background to it, to draw comparisons and find similarities and differences with other armed conflicts. This year, the 19th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by […]
The Negative Consequences Of A Special Relationship With The U.S. For Pakistan (II)
Part I The defeat in the Indo-Pakistani armed conflict in 1972 and the loss of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) contributed to a serious cooling of allied relations with Washington; the White House did not consider it necessary to provide direct military assistance to Pakistan for fear of being drawn into […]
The Negative Consequences Of A Special Relationship With The U.S. For Pakistan (I)
Since the collapse of British India and gaining independence in 1947, Pakistan has remained at the center of American geopolitical interests in South Asia and the Middle East for more than seven decades, regardless of the changing political landscape and the balance of power in the region over that time. […]