Washington to Organize Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova to Challenge Russia in the Black Sea

Washington to Organize Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova to Challenge Russia in the Black Sea

One of Washington’s main strategic objectives is to consolidate and organize Eastern European states to oppose and contain Russia. Supporting Black Sea countries against Russia has become a major American priority as Turkey is now an unreliable partner, and therefore Washington is attempting to create a new alliance officially outside of the NATO structure but…

Meeting Between Moldovan and Ukrainian Leaders Was to Coordinate Actions Against Russia

Meeting Between Moldovan and Ukrainian Leaders Was to Coordinate Actions Against Russia

The visit of Moldovan President Maia Sandu to Ukraine last week is the first interaction between the two neighboring countries at the highest level in recent years. For Sandu, this trip became her foreign policy premiere since she became president on December 24, 2020. We could observe in her meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that…

Russian-Moldovan Relations Might Become Much More Difficult to Manage

Russian-Moldovan Relations Might Become Much More Difficult to Manage

Pro-Western Maia Sandu’s victory in the second round of the Moldovan presidential elections last week might make bilateral relations with Russia much more difficult to manage than they were under her Russian-friendly predecessor, with the worst-case scenario being a new East-West crisis in the event that Moldova attempts to (re)unify with Romania and/or militarily resolve…

Moldova Could be the Next Target of Western-backed Color Revolution to Pressurize Russia

Moldova Could be the Next Target of Western-backed Color Revolution to Pressurize Russia

Washington could be organizing a color revolution and mass protests in Moldova like the ones that have already gripped Belarus and Kyrgyzstan. The Moldovan elections are scheduled for November 1 and have eight presidential candidates participating. The main rivals however are current President Igor Dodon, considered “pro-Russian,” and former Prime Minister Maia Sandu, considered “pro-European.”…

A Maidan Might Break Out in Moldova by the End of the Month

A Maidan Might Break Out in Moldova by the End of the Month

The Russian Foreign Ministry issued an uncharacteristically detailed warning about one of the possible scenarios that might transpire in this former Soviet republic by the end of the month following its upcoming parliamentary elections on 24 February. The Ministry’s Warning About Moldova Moldova might very well be on the edge of experiencing its own Maidan…

Moldova’s “Deep State” Is Exploiting the UN to Undermine Peace in Transnistria

Moldova’s “Deep State” Is Exploiting the UN to Undermine Peace in Transnistria

The UN General Assembly recently demanded the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria. The non-legally binding decree was passed with a simple majority and intended to send a political message to both Russia and Moldovan President Dodon. The first-mentioned has had its troops deployed in the contested region for more than two decades per an…