Exposing Armenia’s Five-Phase Infowar Strategy Against Azerbaijan
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Exposing Armenia’s Five-Phase Infowar Strategy Against Azerbaijan

Armenia and its supporters are waging a five-phase infowar strategy against Azerbaijan which selectively relies on international legal claims, wrongly blames Turkey for sparking the Nagorno-Karabakh Continuation War, decontextualizes the unverified reports about Ankara allegedly sending Syrian fighters to the battlefield, tries to pit Russia against Turkey, and falsely portrays the conflict as a so-called…

Will the Israel-US “New Wars” Succeed in Weakening Hezbollah?
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Will the Israel-US “New Wars” Succeed in Weakening Hezbollah?

When conventional military war failed to defeat the Lebanese Hezbollah, Israel and the US adopted different tactics in the art of war whilst avoiding overt conflict in the public eye. The new tactics, whilst not excluding traditional warfare, include a group of wars or actions based on irregular formations, terrorist acts, chaos, sanctions, electronic platform…

Middle East: When will Palestinian Issue be Resolved?
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Middle East: When will Palestinian Issue be Resolved?

President of the State of Palestine and Palestinian National Authority Mahmoud Abbas asked the United Nations to convene an international conference on the Middle East in 2021, after two Gulf states normalized their ties with Israel and once the US presidential election has taken place.  According to his statement, “a genuine peace process” will lead…

NATO Increased Warship Presence in Black Sea by 33% Compared to 2019
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NATO Increased Warship Presence in Black Sea by 33% Compared to 2019

By strengthening the presence of warships from non-Black Sea NATO members in the Black Sea, the military bloc is attempting to demonstrate its dominance in the region and the Alliance’s desire to neutralize and pressurize Russia’s influence in the area. Moscow’s Black Sea influence significantly increased after Crimea’s 2014 reunification with Russia. NATO’s military presence…

Covid Crisis Sparked Fear of Communism & China’s Rise as Superpower
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Covid Crisis Sparked Fear of Communism & China’s Rise as Superpower

Across the world, the establishment is aware of the radical social consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. That’s why we’re seeing leaders introduce strategies and thinking that could be interpreted as fascist in principle. A story picked up by the UK media at the end of September passed almost unnoticed. As The Guardian reported, “The government…