Author: Leonid SAVIN

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U.S. “Peaceful” Interventions (II)

Part I The more recent Strategy to Prevent Conflict and promote Stability (published in 2020) points to a change in the overall approach in the interventions the U.S. undertakes. “Rather than externally driven nation-building, the United States will support locally driven political solutions that align with United States’ national security […]

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U.S. “Peaceful” Interventions

In November 2022, the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute (which already sounds like an oxymoron) released the Defense Support to Stabilization (DSS) Practice Guide: A Guide for Stabilization Practitioners. U.S. Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute (PKSOI), November 2022.) This document sheds light on how the Pentagon interacts with other […]

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The Optimism Of Iraq’s New Government

On December 20, the Second Baghdad Conference was held in Amman, Jordan, attended by Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani, foreign ministers from Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Turkey, Bahrain and Oman. As for other regions, French President Emmanuel Macron and European Union High Representative for Foreign […]