Why is the US Surveying the Kyrgyz-Tajik Border

Why is the US Surveying the Kyrgyz-Tajik Border

To the United States, Central Asia (CA) not only remains a major rival region with key geopolitical players, who are primarily Russia and China. CA is also a springboard to deploy active operations on the so-called “second front” to divert Beijing and Moscow’s forces from their actions against Taiwan and Ukraine. For years, the United…

The Geopolitical Minefields of a Turkic world

The Geopolitical Minefields of a Turkic world

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has blown new life into Turkey’s vision of a Turkic world that stretches from Anatolia to Xinjiang in north-western China. “Central Asia now resembles the 1990s when there was a huge competition between global and regional powers for influence over the resource-rich region. The shadow of Russia on the region, coupled…

10 Politically Tough Takeaways from the Latest Kyrgyz-Tajik Clashes

10 Politically Tough Takeaways from the Latest Kyrgyz-Tajik Clashes

A calm, objective, and sober reading of the 10 politically tough takeaways from the latest Kyrgyz-Tajik clashes proves that many of the Alt-Media Community’s narratives about the global systemic transition to multipolarity are just wishful thinking, particularly those related to events in what they consider to be Russia’s “sphere of influence”. The Alt-Media Community (AMC)…

Russia Warned Its SCO Partners About the Ulterior Motives Behind the US’ Central Asian Drills

Russia Warned Its SCO Partners About the Ulterior Motives Behind the US’ Central Asian Drills

The very fact that three of Russia’s CSTO military allies – one of whom Russian National Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev just claimed had survived a US-backed Color Revolution plot – are participating in multilateral military drills in the part of the world that the US-led West misleadingly describes as Moscow’s “sphere of influence” discredits…

Debunking the Conspiracy Theory That the US Assassinated the Al Qaeda Chief from a Kyrgyz Base

Debunking the Conspiracy Theory That the US Assassinated the Al Qaeda Chief from a Kyrgyz Base

This interpretation of events speculating that COAS Bajwa approved of an American drone flying through Pakistani airspace to assassinate the Al Qaeda chief in neighboring Afghanistan as part of his efforts to secure the Biden Administration’s support for an IMF loan is arguably much more believable that the one speculating that Russia approved the deployment…

US is Actively Trying to Transform Kyrgyzstan into Anti-Russia

US is Actively Trying to Transform Kyrgyzstan into Anti-Russia

The geopolitical confrontation between the collective West, led by the United States, and Russia has noticeably intensified and in recent months, after Moscow launched a special operation to denazify Ukraine, has perhaps reached its peak. This confrontation is especially clearly manifested in the political and trade and economic spheres. The United States, having recently made…