Vladimir Odintsov

Russia, Iran, and China are Forming a New Geopolitical Axis


Today it is clear to everyone that three new power centers have emerged in Asia – Russia, Iran, and China, which are independent and oppose the ideology of expansion and a unipolar world propagated by the West and the United States. Iran’s accession to the SCO, and the active development in various areas of cooperation…

Washington Intensifies the Fight for Jordan


The Arab world is actively under reconstruction due to the influence of tectonic political shifts not in favor of the United States, and after a decade of uprisings, upheavals, “revolutions,” and civil wars, many of which were initiated by Washington. Turning away from US dictates, many Arab states today are trying to seize every opportunity to initiate a transition…

Iran’s Membership in the SCO Only Strengthens It


The irreversible fundamental changes that have recently emerged in world politics and economics make the growing role of the new centers of power increasingly clear. They interact with each other based on the universally recognized principles of the primacy of international law and the Charter of the UN, to ensure equal and indivisible security, respect for mutual…

The Threat of an Armed Conflict between Greece and Turkey is Growing


On September 5, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias stated in letters to European diplomacy chief Josep Borrel and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, referring to “the recent series of inflammatory statements” by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, that a serious conflict with Turkey was looming. He relied…

Will the Balkans become Part of the “Great Turan”?


The Balkan Peninsula and the South Caucasus are priority regions for Turkey, based on the neo-Ottomanism ideology. In the face of the failure of the policy and prestige of the United States and the European Union against the backdrop of the intensifying economic and energy crisis in the West, Erdoğan is in a hurry to create a broad…

US is “Concerned” about a Rapprochement between Russia and Iran


Despite the steps taken by Washington in recent years to isolate Iran from the outside world, and despite the imposition of crippling sanctions, Iran continues to lead an active foreign policy. And those policies are not confined to opposing the USA’s attempts to isolate it. Tehran is also concerned to counter…

Washington’s and Kyiv’s Failed Attempt to Drive a “Fake News” Wedge between Kazakhstan and Russia


The well-informed reader need not be reminded of the United States’ “eagerness” to regain the positions it has lost in Central Asia in recent years. And of Washington’s incessant attempts to separate the former CIS republics and now independent Central Asian states from Russia for …

US Citizens and the Media’s Take on Ukraine’s Zelenskyy


Taking into account comments on the article “US Citizens and Media on Russia’s Actions in Ukraine,” published by the New Eastern Outlook, and readers’ inquiries about what Americans themselves and the American media are saying about the Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, the following selection of materials on this issue is proposed. As Pentagon spokesman …

Is Vietnamese-Israeli Defense Cooperation Facing Problems?


On July 12, Israel and Vietnam celebrated the 29th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations and emphasized in official statements that there is great potential for the further development of economic and diplomatic cooperation that could bring significant benefits to both sides. Vietnam, as you know, is a member…

US Citizens and Media on Russia’s Actions in Ukraine


Since the beginning of the Russian special operation to denazify Ukraine, this issue has been on the front pages of every media outlet in the world and has been actively discussed. Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation have repeatedly told the world community that…

In Addition to Gas, Drinking Water is Becoming a Strategic Resource


The sanctions war on Russia, inspired by the Russophobic policies of the United States and its allies, has plunged the world into not only economic and energy crises, but also ecological collapse. To comply with instructions from Washington to reduce Russian gas deliveries, the authorities of the Western states have considered reviving…

Growing Cooperation between Turkey and Russia is a Concern for the West


Russian President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Sochi on August 5 remains in the center of international attention and the media, given the very broad agenda of the talks — bilateral issues, regional problems and global challenges. The two presidents discussed the key importance…

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