The Infowar Attack Against Azerbaijan is Because of Geopolitics, Energy, and “Israel”

Azerbaijan has suddenly been subjected to a massive infowar attack in response to its increasingly independent foreign policy reducing the US’ level of control over this strategic energy supplier, and the end result of this coordinated operation is to replace the Turkic county with “Israel” as the EU’s anchor in a reconstructed Southern Energy Corridor. …

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Germany Repatriates Its Overseas Gold Reserves for Its Stability

According to the Bundesbank, Germany has repatriated about 1,710 tons or more than half of its gold reserves sooner than planned. The size of its reserves ranks second in the world. Germany has brought home 50.6% of its overseas gold reserves, which is about 1710 tons of yellow metal. This successful operation was reported by …

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Doklam Plateau As a Stage Of Global Standoff

In June 2017, Chinese effort to extend a road on the Doklam Plateau provoked a militarized confrontation as India rushed troops to the area in order to prevent the construction. On July 2, 2017, the head of the, the People’s Republic of China Ministry of Defense Center for International Security Cooperation Zhou Bo warned that …

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Washington and Brussels: Running in Reverse

Washington and Brussels’ response to foreign affairs challenges, as they face their own political and economic disasters and decline, has been to impose economic sanctions, boycotts and issue increasingly reckless military threats against rival nations. The ruling and main opposition parties in the US and EU have taken over the major media, turning ‘news programs’ …

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The Croatian-Slovenian Spat Has Far-Reaching Implications For EU Unity

What might simply be dismissed by many as an inconsequential and petty spat between two former Yugoslav Republics is actually shaping out to be a pivotal event that could determine the future trajectory of EU-Intermarium relations. Slovenia and Croatia are two tiny countries that most Americans can’t locate on a map, though they’re becoming ever …

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The Sun King and The American Friend

So what did Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron really talk about throughout their effusive buddy-buddy Parisian act?This being France, let’s start where things matter: gastronomy. Yes, that dinner at Alain Ducasse’s overpriced Jules Verne restaurant at the Eiffel Tower. Cool window table with a view. Only the principals, along with wives Melania and …

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Made in the West: New Era of Global Famine Thanks to War and Chaos

The famines threatening many parts of the world today have one thing in common: Western aggression and destabilization. In February of this year, the world's first famine in six years was officially declared in South Sudan. A month later, the UN's humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien warned the Security Council that three other countries - Yemen, …

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Challenges for Eurasia: The Irrationality of Global Politics or the “New Rationality”?

In expert circles where problems are discussed about the global development, increasingly slips in an opinion about the irrational and illogical behaviour of the major players in global politics and economics, which, as it seems to many, despite the rules of economic activities, seemed classic and immutable. Over-the-Top Irrationality Of course, in relations with Russia …

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