Jean Perier

Is it Washington’s Turn to Occupy Poland?

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Washington’s latest decision to deploy a reinforced contingent of military forces to Poland has been received with an outcry of disappointment by the European pro-democracy public, as it means the US is willing to roll back  obligations it assumed back in 1997 within the NATO framework, thus undermining one of…

Is Trump Capable of Launching an All-Out Cyberwar?

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At the turn of the 21st century, a great many politicians, scientists, and military brass embraced the idea that humanity was approaching a new era, a world built upon the foundation of the US military superiority. Yet, this new world order would eagerly neglect the national sovereignty principle that has been the cornerstone of international politics ever since…

ECHR Remains Happy to Do the Bidding of Western Special Interests

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In recent years, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), just like the European Union and Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe have deviated from their initial principles, transforming in a tool for punishment of those disobedient states that would try to defy the so-called rules-based international order…

Arab Spring 2.0? You ain’t Seen Nothing Yet!

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Almost a decade after the launch of the so-called “Arab Spring”, one of the most troubled regions in the entire world remains threatened by the prospects of facing a new wave of protests, demanding regime change due to the ever growing number of problems in such spheres as personal...

Iraq is Reluctant to Jump on the Anti-Iranian Bandwagon

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It went somewhat unnoticed by the international media that US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo paid an urgent unannounced visit to Iraq in early May. The reasoning behind such a rushed visit was an attempt by Washington to renegotiate the terms of cooperation with this Middle Eastern…

Will Washington be Held Accountable for its War Crimes?

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For more than a decade, the United States has been steadily increasing the scale of its illegal military operations across the Middle East, resulting in hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths. Eighteen years ago, the US invaded Afghanistan under the pretext of ousting the Taliban…

Confusion Dominates as Algeria Heads into Troubled Waters

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With the presidential election day approaching in Algeria, the sheer number of political forces aiming to secure power in this troubled state leaves geopolitical analysts bewildered and confused. Those trying hard to explain the situation that slips out of control rapidly are also…

To Avoid a War with Itself, America is on the Warpath Yet Again

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There’s been a lot of discussion lately about the place the US will find itself in three decades, when the world finds itself celebrating New Year’s 2050. In this context, it’s been noted that Americans remain pessimistic about many aspects of life in the land of the free…

Washington is Stepping Up its Destabilization Efforts in Algeria

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Following weeks of mass protests, the 82-year-old Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who has been in power for well over two decades, announced his resignation. What this basically means is that Algeria that used to be considered a no-go country by Western intelligence…

Washington is Determined to Sucker Punch China into Submission

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No matter what Western media source you would choose to read, you are compelled to come across the rhetorics about the persistent “Chinese aggression,” the notion that has already become the dominant narrative in the US

After Bleeding Thailand Dry, Soros is Going in for the Kill

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The highly controversial figure of George Soros, the man who created a great many of various hedge funds including Soros Fund Management to become one of the richest men on the planet. If Forbes is to be believed, his personal fortune exceeds the mind-boggling sum of 25 billion

Are Algerian Protests a Color Revolution?

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The ongoing protests against the sitting president Abdelaziz Bouteflika that remained at the helm of Algerian politics for two decades and was going to run for the office for the fifth time have led to an abrupt deterioration in the political situation in this country. As a matter…


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