Observers expect the Sino-Russo Entente to solidify into one of the world’s three premier poles of influence as a result of the Chinese leader’s visit, thus making it a milestone in the New Cold War.
Tag: Vladimir Putin
U.S. & Allies Seek Regime-Change in Russia
On March 10th, Canada’s National Post headlined “Regime change in Moscow ‘definitely’ the goal, Joly says”, and reported that “Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly raises the possibility of regime change in Moscow. … ‘The goal is definitely to do that, is to weaken Russia’s ability to launch very difficult attacks […]
US Paranoid About Russia-China Summit
The arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court against Vladimir Putin can only be seen as a publicity stunt by the Anglo-Saxon clique, with the US leading from the rear. Ironically, though, the ICC acted on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Iraq in […]
China Reboots ‘No Limit’ Partnership With Russia
Wang Yi’s visit testifies that China is willing to step up solidarity with Russia when relationship with the US is in free fall.
Will Russia Take All Of Ukraine?
A key statement in Vladimir Putin’s February 21st State-of-the-Union Speech (called “Presidential Address to Federal Assembly”) was a mere sentence-fragment buried late in that nearly two-hour-long encyclopedic speech to the nation, in which fragment he said “the longer the range of the Western systems that will be supplied to Ukraine, […]
Russia’s Ukraine Offensive In Suspended Animation
The general expectation that the first anniversary of Russia’s special military operations in Ukraine would mark the commencement of a big military offensive has been belied, going by the speeches by President Vladimir Putin and the US President Joe Biden, separated by a few hours on February 21, in Moscow […]
Doval Creates Synergy In India-Russia Ties
The scheduled visit of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval to Moscow on February 7-9 was in connection with the multilateral consultations of the secretaries of security councils and national security advisors regarding Afghanistan hosted by the Secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev. However, it was Doval’s meeting with President Vladimir Putin that […]
When Putin Finally Gave Up On The West
Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, first took office at the very start of the 21st Century, when he hoped and intended for there to emerge a real partnership between Russia and the rest of The West. He then interpreted The West (U.S.-and-allied countries) to be motivated by basically benign intentions, which […]
Why Won’t Russia Offer Sweden & Finland A Deal To NOT Join NATO?
Sweden and Finland have jointly and together been seeking membership in NATO, but Turkiye is blocking Sweden’s bid unless and until Sweden will comply with Turkiye’s own national-security demands. Russia would be severely endangered if Finland joins NATO — much more than if Sweden does — but it’s a joint […]
Biden’s Existential Angst In Ukraine
The bipartisan consensus in the Beltway on the United States being the ‘indispensable’ world power is usually attributed to the neocons who have been the driving force of the US foreign and security policy in successive administrations since the 1970s. The op-end in the Washington Post on Saturday titled Time […]
Ukraine War Tolls Death Knell For NATO
The defining moment in US President Joe Biden’s press conference at the White House on December 21, during President Zelensky’s visit, was his virtual admission that he is constrained in the proxy war in Ukraine, as European allies don’t want a war with Russia. To quote Biden, “Now, you say, […]
Putin Now Has A Likely Successor: Medvedev
Dmitry Medvedev, the prominent Russian lawyer who rose to become Russia’s President during 2008-12, is now even likelier than he was before, to become the successor to Vladimir Putin. Medvedev has just been promoted to a new and permanent position in Russia as the head of Russia’s military-industrial complex, which […]