Author: Leonid SAVIN

US military space force

US Begins Active Militarisation Of Space

On 19 June, the unclassified section of the Pentagon’s new space defence strategy was released, and it clearly states that the US views the environment as a field of operations. The publicly available document is short in length, but it clearly shows the position and intentions of the US military […]

Ripped States Of America

While the US has been facing yet another systemic crisis that has swept across the whole country and even reverberated throughout a number of countries in Western Europe, the issue of its integrity is once again relevant. And since the interests of individual US states in gaining independence is deeply […]

Anti-China infowar

The Volleys Of An Information War Against China

A strategic information campaign against a particular state usually involves a number of elements and layers. While officials and diplomats gradually increase the aggressiveness of their rhetoric, “independent” media outlets publish a range of articles from life stories to special investigations. They may differ in tone and subject matter, but […]

Trump on China

Operation Vengeance

May 2020 is being marked by America’s growing Sinophobia and the development of special measures against China. This was actually clear at the end of April, when there was a marked escalation in the rhetoric and muscle flexing of high-ranking US officials. On 27 April, US President Donald Trump stated: […]

Pompeo and Esper

The Hegemon Won’t Leave

While the global economy plunges into a recession, actively aided by the coronavirus pandemic, the US is already hatching plans not just for its own recovery, but also the removal of geopolitical rivals like Russia and China. The expectation is probably that many countries will have been weakened by the […]

NATO in North Macedonia

NATO’s Expansion Continues

Although most media outlets, including purely political resources, are currently writing about the coronavirus pandemic, geopolitical processes continue to run their course. It’s just that the amount of information about COVID-19 is somewhat overshadowing a number of events, and some, like the spread of the virus itself, have far-reaching consequences. […]