It’s BRI Against Indo-Pacific All Over Again
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It’s BRI Against Indo-Pacific All Over Again

All bets are off on the outcome of India Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s potentially ground-breaking meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping this Friday and Saturday in Wuhan. Things have not exactly started in auspicious mode. After a meeting in Beijing of foreign ministers represented at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), India, once again refused to support…

The Idea of Replacing the US Contingent in Syria with Saudi Troops is Doomed to Failure
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The Idea of Replacing the US Contingent in Syria with Saudi Troops is Doomed to Failure

The White House has had a hot new idea – to leave Syria but also stay there at the same time by deploying an Arab contingent to US military bases, primarily from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). So to Arabize one of the bloodiest wars of our time in keeping with the bitter memory…

Syrian Kurdistan: From “Olive Branch” to “Fallen State”
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Syrian Kurdistan: From “Olive Branch” to “Fallen State”

Not long ago in Washington at the Institute of National Strategic Studies of the National Defence University the round table on “The Multimodal Threats in the Kurdish Region” took place, a continuation of the “NATO and Regional Military and Political Alliance in 2018” Council. The organisers of the meeting, taking place on April 9 to…

What “Moral Obligation” Did Russia Have to Not Sell S-300s to Syria?
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What “Moral Obligation” Did Russia Have to Not Sell S-300s to Syria?

Lavrov’s remark about how Russia no longer has a “moral obligation” to refrain from selling its S-300 anti-air defense systems to Syria has caused serious confusion among the ranks of the Alt-Media Community who don’t quite understand what he meant. The “Moral Obligation” The Alt-Media Community celebrated Russia’s announcement that it was considering selling the…