India’s $40 Million Inroad Into Armenia’s Russian Arms Market Is Intriguing
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India’s $40 Million Inroad Into Armenia’s Russian Arms Market Is Intriguing

India’s success in scoring a $40 million weapon-locating radar deal with Armenia is an intriguing development because the South Asian state surprisingly beat out a Russian competitor despite Moscow being the landlocked South Caucasian country’s CSTO mutual defense ally and provider of the vast majority of its military equipment. *** Armenia Chooses India Over Russia…

The Battle for Idlib: Did Erdogan Capitulate to Putin in Moscow?
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The Battle for Idlib: Did Erdogan Capitulate to Putin in Moscow?

There was a celebration in Syria when Russia announced a ceasefire agreement with Turkey on March 3 following a six-hour meeting between Presidents Erdogan and Putin in Moscow. Under the agreement, Erdogan agreed to pull back Turkish forces and not to contest territory that Syria had recently reclaimed from terrorist groups in eastern Aleppo and…

No, Putin Has Not Declared War on the US Oil Industry
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No, Putin Has Not Declared War on the US Oil Industry

The media has decided that the reason oil prices are plunging, is not because the impulsive Saudis want to bully Russia into output cuts that aren’t in Russia’s best interests, but because sinister Mastermind, Vladimir Putin, wants to obliterate America’s domestic oil industry so he can rule the world. For brainwashed Americans, who believe that…

NATO and COVID-19: a Parasitical Disease in Europe
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NATO and COVID-19: a Parasitical Disease in Europe

The decision to go-ahead with NATO’s biggest-ever war games in Europe at a time of heightened fears over the coronavirus sure raises questions about the military alliance’s stated purpose of maintaining security. NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg has said the Defender-Europe 20 exercises will not be cancelled due to the flu-like disease which has now spread…

The US Federal Reserve’s Baffling Response to the Coronavirus Explained
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The US Federal Reserve’s Baffling Response to the Coronavirus Explained

When the World Health Organization announced on February 24th that it was time to prepare for a global pandemic, the stock market plummeted. Over the following week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped by more than 3,500 points or over 10%. In an attempt to contain the damage, on March 3rd the Federal Reserve slashed…