In the Haystack of Western Narratives: There’s a Needle of Good News from Russia
Opinion

In the Haystack of Western Narratives: There’s a Needle of Good News from Russia

Many people in the world are waking up to the false narrative of the liberal order. The hate leveled at anyone standing in the way of “progress”, the unbridled Russophobia, the vilification of Vladimir Putin and other world leaders, it’s now out of place in a pandemic stricken world. Still, the forces that have propelled…

The US’ Central Asian Strategy Isn’t Sinister, But That Doesn’t Mean It’ll Succeed
Opinion

The US’ Central Asian Strategy Isn’t Sinister, But That Doesn’t Mean It’ll Succeed

The US’ newly unveiled “Strategy For Central Asia 2019-2025” surprisingly isn’t sinister like some of the country’s critics might have expected, but that doesn’t mean that it’ll succeed since its viability almost entirely depends on bringing peace to Afghanistan first then convincing the regional states to more closely integrate with one another prior to collectively…

The Taliban’s Victory Along the Turkmenistani Border Is One of Its Most Important Yet
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The Taliban’s Victory Along the Turkmenistani Border Is One of Its Most Important Yet

The Afghan Civil War spilling over into Turkmenistan. The Taliban reportedly chased approximately 100 members of the Afghan Border Forces into Turkmenistan following heated fighting in the province of Badghis that also saw the insurgents – which are officially recognized as terrorists by the UN and the Russian Federation in spite of the latter recently…