Are Russian-Taliban Ties Changing for the Worse?

Are Russian-Taliban Ties Changing for the Worse?

Observers must avoid over-exaggerating their ties by claiming that they’re either much worse or better than they really are. They’re simply becoming ‘normal’, which is natural after a length of time and understandably includes constructive critiques. Russian-Taliban ties have always been the subject of much intrigue, mostly because the Kremlin neglected to clearly articulate their…

North Korea’s New Cruise Missile: Built to Threaten or Because of Threats?

North Korea’s New Cruise Missile: Built to Threaten or Because of Threats?

North Korea’s recent demonstration of an indigenously developed cruise missile has provided another opportunity for the United States to perform its own demonstration, one of its inexhaustible hypocrisy upon the global stage. It is also another opportunity to examine the real reason the US continues to maintain nearly 30,000 troops on the Korean Peninsula.  The…

The Qatari–Turkish Joint Venture in Afghanistan

The Qatari–Turkish Joint Venture in Afghanistan

The Afghanistan fiasco has already touched off regional rivalries. The small but oil-rich State of Qatar and allied Republic of Turkey were the first off the rank, joining forces to assist the Taliban and their Pakistani backers to consolidate power and attract international recognition. What’s in it for these two distant actors? The camaraderie between…

Revenge of the Technocrats: How Canada’s Liberal Party Became an Appendage of the Great Reset

Revenge of the Technocrats: How Canada’s Liberal Party Became an Appendage of the Great Reset

The ugly truth behind the Great Reset and the thing masquerading as a global pandemic is an intention to cataclyze a complete reform of human civilization, Matt Ehret writes. Today, the Canadian political landscape is being remoulded by a nest of technocratic ideologues who aim to lead the nation into a post-nation state Great Reset….

Agrifood Conglomerates: Smashing the Heads of India’s Farmers: A Global Struggle Against Tyranny

Agrifood Conglomerates: Smashing the Heads of India’s Farmers: A Global Struggle Against Tyranny

According to Reuters, more than 500,000 farmers attended a rally in the city of Muzaffarnagar in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on 5 September. Hundreds of thousands more turned out for other rallies in the state. Rakesh Tikait, a prominent farmers’ leader, said this would breathe fresh life into the Indian farmers’ protest movement….