Tag: NATO

Signing ceremony

The Sino-Russian Alliance Comes Of Age (II)

“I look for the land of the Poles that is lost to the Germans, for the moment at least. Nowadays the Germans have started searching for Poland with credits, Leicas, and compasses, with radar, divining rods, delegations, and moth-eaten provincial students’ associations in costume. Some carry Chopin in their hearts, […]

Montenegrin dawn

A New Dawn Rises In Montenegro

The “Democratic Party of Socialists” just lost its first election in Montenegro since the end of communism, heralding an exciting new era of democracy in this tiny Balkan country where such a concept has long laid dormant under the heavy-handed rule of Milo Djukanovic, who had up until this point […]

Belarus protest

Anatomy Of Coup Attempt In Belarus

The Russian President Vladimir Putin disclosed in a TV interview on August 27 that the Americans, amongst others, had fuelled the unrest in Belarus. He explained that the controversial presence of 33 Russian nationals (with military background) in Minsk in the run-up to the presidential election in Belarus on August […]

US Secretary of State Pompeo visits Belarus

The Geopolitics Of The Belarusian Crisis: Anti-Russian, Neutral To China, Pro-Polish

The Belarusian Crisis is an American Hybrid War against Russian interests in support of Poland’s US-backed regional ones related to the “Three Seas Initiative”, which won’t harm China’s interests even in the worst-case scenario despite Beijing’s plans for the Eurasian Land Bridge to transit through the Color Revolution-beleaguered former Soviet […]

Schah Pahlevi

Imperialist Iran Becomes Anti-Imperialist

The history of Iran in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries corresponds neither to the image that Westerners have of it, nor to the image that the official discourse of Iranians gives of it. Historically linked to China and for the past two centuries fascinated by the United States, Iran is struggling between the memory of its imperial past and the liberating dream of Rouhollah Khomeiny.

Opposition campaign rally in Minsk

Belarus: Scramble For Heart Of Europe

The Secretary of State in the George W. Bush administration Condoleeza Rice once described Belarus as “the last true remaining dictatorship in the heart of Europe.” She held out the assurance that it was “time for change to come to Belarus.” That was during her visit to next-door Lithuania in […]