The Yerevan Protests Might End Armenia’s Unconvincing “Balancing” Act

Armenia’s unconvincing attempts to “balance” between Russia and the West as it moves ever-closer to the pro-American EU might end in failure as the Yerevan protests put pressure on the country’s leadership to more decisively move westward. The Roots Of Armenian Rage The Armenian capital of Yerevan has been rocked by increasingly violent protests over …

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Why’s EuroMaidan’s Mastermind Warning About Greek-Turkish Tensions?

The former US Ambassador to Ukraine during EuroMaidan and present chief diplomat in Greece Geoffrey Pyatt predicted that Turkey’s ties with both the US and Greece will go through what he described as “turbulence” ahead of President Erdogan’s reelection vote next year. This ambiguous warning can be interpreted in one of two ways. The decontextualized …

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The AU’s Following the EU, and It’s About to Repeat the Same Mistakes

44 African nations signed the Continental Free Trade Agreement last week in Rwanda. The treaty must now be ratified at the national level by either 15 or 22 of its members, a number which is still being decided upon, in order to enter into effect, which the African Union expects to be officially promulgated within …

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The Silent War: How Britain & Europe Support Slavery and Sex Abuse in Libya

If I’ve learnt anything from working off the coast of Libya, it’s this: Preaching humanity and practicing it are two very different things. Right now, politicians across Europe are claiming to advocate human rights and insisting they are seeking a peaceful end to the migration crisis – while protecting the lives of the most vulnerable. …

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A Truly Historical Month for the Future of Our Planet

March 2018 will go down in history as a truly historical month March 1st, Vladimir Putin makes his historical address to the Russian Federal Assembly. March 4th, Sergei Skripal, a former UK spy, is allegedly poisoned in the UK. March 8th, British officials accuse Russia of using nerve gas to attempt to murder Sergei Skripal. …

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Why the UK, the EU and the US Gang-Up on Russia

Introduction For the greater part of a decade the US, the UK and the EU have been carrying out a campaign to undermine and overthrow the Russia government and in particular to oust President Putin. Fundamental issues are at stake including the real possibility of a nuclear war. The most recent western propaganda campaign and …

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