TANAP’s Increasingly Strategic Role Can Relieve Western Pressure On Azerbaijan & Turkey

TANAP’s Increasingly Strategic Role Can Relieve Western Pressure On Azerbaijan & Turkey

Continued financial, informational, and political destabilizations of those two states aren’t in the West’s interests anymore since that could impede the flow of resources to the bloc in the worst-case scenario that Azerbaijan and Turkey consider this option as an asymmetrical response to these unprovoked Hybrid Warfare campaigns against them. The Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline…

US Spies Are Organizing Assassinations Against Russian Military Leaders in Ukraine

US Spies Are Organizing Assassinations Against Russian Military Leaders in Ukraine

Knowing now that US spies are using their proxies in Kiev to assassinate Russian military leaders, it’s clear that this is truly the hottest proxy war of the New Cold War thus far. The New York Times’ report, which is deemed credible by the average Westerner, now opens the narrative doors for Russia to asymmetrically…

Military Parade in Pyongyang on April 25, 2022

Military Parade in Pyongyang on April 25, 2022

Although Kim Il-sung’s 110th birthday on April 15, 2022 was spared from military demonstrations, the expected parade (the twelfth during Kim Jong-un’s presidency) was held ten days later. On April 25, the country celebrated the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s Revolutionary Army, the predecessor of today’s KPA. While the existence of…

The EU-Russia Energy Crisis. “Make Hay While Sun Shines”: Indian, Chinese Ways

The EU-Russia Energy Crisis. “Make Hay While Sun Shines”: Indian, Chinese Ways

Europe and Russia are entering a fateful competition over energy trade. Europe is diversifying its sources of energy away from Russia. Russia is racing with Europe to reduce its own dependence on the European market and substitute with a “Look East” policy that taps into the vast potentials of the Asian energy market. Washington’s hopes…

Ecuador’s Ecological Disaster: Donziger. A Tale for Our Times

Ecuador’s Ecological Disaster: Donziger. A Tale for Our Times

Texaco operations in Ecuador from 1962 to 1994 dumped 70 billion litres of “wastewater”, heavily contaminated with oil and other chemicals, into the Amazon rainforest, plus over 650,000 barrels of crude oil. They polluted over 800,000 hectares. It is one of the worst ecological disasters in history — 30 times greater than the 1989 Exxon…