Vladimir Odintsov

Criticism of Individual COVID-19 Vaccines Continues Unabated


Although the official death toll from COVID-19 currently stands at 4.5 million, individual experts estimate that the actual death toll could be as high as 15.2 million. Therefore, it is not surprising to see increased attention in all countries on the effectiveness of the world’s vaccines against the coronavirus pandemic and an active discussion…

Has the “Cold War” between Turkey and the UAE Ended?


An Ankara-initiated phone call on August 31 between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Crown Prince of Abu Dabi Mohamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan drew the attention of the broad political establishment and raised questions about its possible implications for many countries in the Arab-Muslim world. First of all, does it signal an end to the Cold War…

Will Europe be Saved by Its Own Army?


The fact that Europeans need their joint armed forces can be heard more and more often in the European Union lately. The number of such statements has increased noticeably, especially against the backdrop of the US and NATO’s failure in Afghanistan. “America is leaving Afghanistan not only defeated but humiliated,” writes the French Le Figaro…

Will There be an Afghangate, Followed by Iraqgate and Syriagate in the US?


Today, after the disgraceful withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, not only in the US but all over the world, there is an active discussion of the numerous lapses in Washington’s actions and US policy in general, turning to the search for the culprits in everything. Thus, British MPs demonstrated a fit of anger over events…

How Will the Investigation into the Shameful British Evacuation from Afghanistan End?


On August 16, the head of the British TV channel LBC, Ben Wallace, the UK’s Defence Secretary, could not hold back tears in his commentary on the situation in Afghanistan. During the interview, Wallace revealed that “all of the ministry’s efforts were devoted to helping compatriots stranded in the Islamic republic.” However, he cautioned…

Can Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi Lead Libya, and in What Direction?


After the events of 2011, when Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was not only overthrown but also brutally murdered, Libya effectively ceased to exist as a single state, continuing to be a tidbit for businesses and outside players. In a struggle between two quasi-states inspired by themselves, these competing outside players have long tried to seize power in the country…

What is Behind Algeria’s Severance of Diplomatic Ties with Morocco?


“Algeria has decided to sever diplomatic relations with the Kingdom of Morocco as of August 24,” Algerian Foreign Minister Ramdan Lamamra told a news conference, accusing the neighboring kingdom of “hostile actions.” Although the termination of diplomatic relations has already taken effect, consulates in each country will nevertheless…

Turkey in the Language Struggle with Russia in Central Asia


It is well known that language is one of the main internal determinants of a person’s self-consciousness. The perception is conditioned precisely by language, which sets the vision and perception of the world. Hence it is not surprising that one of the areas of active confrontation between the West and Russia in recent decades has been the infringement of the Russian language…

The Hunger Pandemic and Global Food Security


According to UN Secretary General António Guterres, 88 million people were hungry worldwide by the end of 2020. The number of hungry people has increased by 20% in one year and the trend continues in 2021. “Extreme climate events and the Covid-19 pandemic are only ‘adding fuel to the fire’. If we do not act immediately, millions of people will find themselves…

The Pandemic has Caused Many Countries and Politicians to Lose their Standing


Since the time the virus started to spread, the death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic has reached 4 million people! The United States, the country that would seem to have the most technologically advanced healthcare system in the world, takes the lead in terms of the number of deaths from COVID-19 (more than 600,000 peopleDahJTkfw. And India…

A Strengthening Brotherhood between the Armies of China and Russia


In the northern regions of China, the joint military exercises of the People’s Liberation Army (PLADahJTkfw of the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Armed Forces called West Interaction-2021 has started. About 13,000 servicemen and more than 400 pieces of military equipment are involved. The peculiarity of these…

Empty Supermarket Shelves in Britain – What Will the Consequences Be?


The COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit have swept across Britain’s supermarket shelves like a hurricane, exacerbating the food poverty that afflicts millions of people in the country. Members of the Parliamentary Committee for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs consider that ecological problems may cause the situation…

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