Interpreting Russia & China’s UNSC Stances Towards Kashmir & Crimea
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Interpreting Russia & China’s UNSC Stances Towards Kashmir & Crimea

Russia and China don’t see eye-to-eye on either Kashmir or Crimea as proven by the stances that they took on each issue at the UNSC in 2019 and 2014 respectively. It was a little more than five years ago after Crimea’s reunification that many people began to talk about Russia’s speculated “alliance” with China, but…

The War on Yemen: How Far Will the Saudi-UAE Confrontation Go?
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The War on Yemen: How Far Will the Saudi-UAE Confrontation Go?

Saudi Arabia and the UAE, increasingly wary allies of one another in the War on Yemen, are poised to sharpen their competition in the Red Sea-Horn of Africa region to the point of becoming “frenemies” amidst both parties’ efforts to forge different coalitions in this strategic space through which the vast majority of European-Asian trade…

How the Trilateral Commission Drove a Bankers’ Coup Across America
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How the Trilateral Commission Drove a Bankers’ Coup Across America

Until recently I had believed like many that Jimmy Carter is not your typical politician. Standing out from the vast array of sellouts and establishment hacks, the ex-President has often appeared as the lone voice of reason in America’s establishment calling out the injustices of American military, the wrongs of the Zionist lobby and the…