Right on Cue, Indian Media Blames Pakistan for the Sri Lankan Terrorist Attacks
Opinion

Right on Cue, Indian Media Blames Pakistan for the Sri Lankan Terrorist Attacks

It was bound to happen sooner than later, but Indian media finally decided to play the “Pakistan card” by attempting to connect their neighbor’s ISI intelligence agency to the Sri Lankan terrorist attacks, a desperate narrative move that says a lot more about the Indian incumbent’s political vulnerability during the ongoing month-long electoral process than…

The Russian-China Polar Silk Road Challenges British Geopolitics
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The Russian-China Polar Silk Road Challenges British Geopolitics

Whether the Arctic will become a platform for cooperation or warfare has been a question often posed throughout the past 150 years. As early as 1875, a vision for Eurasian-American cooperation was becoming realized as leading Americans and Russians alike foresaw the construction of telegraph and even rail lines across the 100 km Bering Strait…

Ukraine: Zelenskii Beat Poroshenko – What Will Happen Next?
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Ukraine: Zelenskii Beat Poroshenko – What Will Happen Next?

As everybody predicted, Poroshenko completely lost the election. As I wrote in my previous column, this is both amazing (considering Poro’s immense and extensive resources and the fact that his opponent was, literally, a clown (ok, a comic if you prefer). His defeat was also so predictable as to be almost inevitable: not only is…

This Might be the Beginning of the End for the Russian-Belarusian Strategic Partnership
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This Might be the Beginning of the End for the Russian-Belarusian Strategic Partnership

Belarus just suspended the shipment of light oil products from Russia to the West in the latest escalation of the unprecedented dispute between these two “Union State” “allies” in a move that might very well mark the beginning of the end for their strategic partnership. “Pulling A Ukraine” Belarus just “pulled a Ukraine” by suspending…