Pakistan and Saudi Arabia: Why Kashmir Won’t Stop Riyadh’s Rush to Embrace India
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Pakistan and Saudi Arabia: Why Kashmir Won’t Stop Riyadh’s Rush to Embrace India

Pakistan’s government last month claimed a victory at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation annual summit in Niger, announcing that the 57-member Muslim bloc had supported a resolution condemning India over its rescinding of Kashmir’s semi-autonomous status. In a statement on the final day of the summit on 28 November, Pakistan’s foreign ministry said OIC states had agreed…

NATO Is Determined to Find Threats and Challenges to Justify Its Existence
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NATO Is Determined to Find Threats and Challenges to Justify Its Existence

Government and media propaganda has firmly convinced most of the citizenry of the West that Russia invaded Crimea, and the truth has dissolved in the swirling miasma that the anti-Russia movement has dubbed as history. In March 2014 the ethnically Russian province of Crimea declared itself to be separate from Ukraine. There was a referendum…

How to Make War, Twenty-First-Century-Style, and Lose a World
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How to Make War, Twenty-First-Century-Style, and Lose a World

In the military realm, Donald Trump will most likely be remembered for his insistence on ending America’s involvement in its twenty-first-century “forever wars” — the fruitless, relentless, mind-crushing military campaigns undertaken by Presidents Bush and Obama in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Somalia. After all, as a candidate, Trump pledged to bring U.S. troops home from…

Inaugurating the “New World Order” via the “Great Reset”
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Inaugurating the “New World Order” via the “Great Reset”

The Great Reset is basically aimed to “transform organization design and work design” as spelled out in section 1.1 of the White Paper Resetting the Future of Work Agenda: Disruption and Renewal in a Post-COVID World issued in October 2020 by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in collaboration with Mercer. As a precondition to realize…