U.S. Sponsored “Soft Coup” against Paraguay

U.S. Sponsored “Soft Coup” against Paraguay

The announcement was made at a press conference by Marc Ostfield , US Ambassador to Paraguay in the capital of the South American nation, and jointly by Antony Blinken , Secretary of State, who issued a statement in Washington. Likewise, Ostfield’s announcement was preceded by great expectation and euphoria by leftist Paraguayan politicians, which demonstrates…

Sri Lanka Warned That the West’s Anti-Russian Sanctions Will Starve the Global South

Sri Lanka Warned That the West’s Anti-Russian Sanctions Will Starve the Global South

Wickremesinghe represents Sri Lanka, which has become a symbol of the fate that might soon befall countless other countries across the Global South. It’s therefore important to inform the masses of his crucial first-hand insight into the crushing effect that the US-led West’s anti-Russian sanctions are expected to have on food security in developing countries….

Russia’s Calm Response to the Karakalpakstan Crisis Discredits Color Revolution Speculation

Russia’s Calm Response to the Karakalpakstan Crisis Discredits Color Revolution Speculation

If Russia had any reason to seriously regard the Nukus Incident as a failed copycat attempt of January’s Hybrid War of Terror on Kazakhstan that required a Moscow-led CSTO peacekeeping mission to quell, then it would have certainly said as much, especially in order to discredit the Wets in the eyes of the Central Asian…

Uzbekistan’s Claim of Foreign Involvement in Karakalpakstan Isn’t As Clear-Cut As It Seems

Uzbekistan’s Claim of Foreign Involvement in Karakalpakstan Isn’t As Clear-Cut As It Seems

There’s no contradiction between President Mirziyoyev’s assessment and the author’s. To the contrary, they’re complementary. Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev was quoted by his spokesman on Wednesday as saying the following about last weekend’s Karakalpakstan Crisis: “All recent events were prepared and organized not one, and not ten days, prior to taking place. These events were…