Here’s Why the OIC Invited India as Its Guest of Honor Then Slammed It Over Kashmir
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Here’s Why the OIC Invited India as Its Guest of Honor Then Slammed It Over Kashmir

India thought that it achieved a diplomatic coup after being invited by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) as its guest of honor during this year’s summit in the UAE, but it actually found itself even more diplomatically isolated after the bloc refused to sell out its co-confessionals in Indian-Occupied Kashmir and ended up slamming…

Kashmir, Korea, Venezuela, Iran: Hot, Cold, Hybrid War
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Kashmir, Korea, Venezuela, Iran: Hot, Cold, Hybrid War

Turning and turning in a widening gyre, the geopolitics of the young 21st century resembles a psychedelic mandala conceived by Yama, the Lord of Death. Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, fresh from a 70-hour train journey, meets in prosperous, communist Hanoi with fellow Nobel Peace Prize contender Donald Trump under…

India’s Taking a Page From Its American Ally by Accusing PM Khan of Meddling
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India’s Taking a Page From Its American Ally by Accusing PM Khan of Meddling

A popular Indian online media outlet published a piece purporting that part of one of the Pakistani Prime Minister’s latest speeches was intended to “exploit India’s fault lines under Modi’s rule”, which implies that the self-professed “world’s largest democracy” is taking a page from its American ally’s infowar playbook by concocting a Russiagate-like hysteria ahead…

US Already at War with China and Russia: The Rest of Us Are Collateral Damage
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US Already at War with China and Russia: The Rest of Us Are Collateral Damage

At the end of World War 2 the United States was the strongest economy and military force on the planet. It used that position to impose itself upon the world for the next 60 years. Potential threats to that hegemony were crushed, through persuasion, economic blackmail via the dominant position of the US dollar, regime…