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Turkey is Developing 21st Century Weapons

Turkey remains a key element in the overall geopolitical architecture of the Middle East and the Mediterranean. On the occasion of the upcoming celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Turkish Republic, the country is demonstrating to the world the very significant capabilities of its national armed forces and its military-industrial complex (MIC)…

Iran and Saudi Arabia – rivalry or partnership?

Iran and Saudi Arabia stand out among many Middle Eastern states in terms of their status, historical content, natural resources, and scale. The regional security of the Middle East is also affected by the state of relations between Tehran and Riyadh, because each of them represents one of the Islamic world’s currents (Shiism and Sunnism), and their unique geographical location and resource base of oil and gas are of global importance…

Yale Geniuses Say Russia Not Needed – Logic and Common Sense Say Otherwise

What is the price of a Yale professor? If you wanted to buy one lock, stock, and barrel, depending on what you want to use one (or two) for, the cost could be pretty steep. More often than not, today’s Ivy League know-it-all types seem like soap salespeople. Whoever supplies the grant money gets the squeaky brain grease…

China is becoming increasingly involved in Central Asia

Over the last two decades, China’s economic and political rise has made it a key player in global politics, particularly for neighboring Central Asia (CA). China’s desire for active economic cooperation with the region, as well as its willingness to invest large sums in the implementation of projects that Central Asian countries require, are encouraging…

The move away from the dollar and the downfall of the USA

In recent years observers in many different countries have been warning ever more insistently about the inevitable collapse of the dollar – which Washington has inflated far above its true value.  The US has experienced nine recessions since the beginning of the 1970s, and the dollar has fallen twice in real terms, from 1972-1974, and from 1994-1995. The main international…

Bretton Woods Entities Have No Way Out Of The Woods!

I wonder just what per cent of the population even knows about Bretton Woods and its implications for the global system. What goes around comes around, and the US and its economic allies, under the guise of the IMF and World Bank, Bretton Woods Entities that emerged in the wake of World War Two, have long since become everything they claim to despise…

The relaunched US-India Trade Policy Forum

During an official visit to the US from January 9-11 by an Indian delegation, headed by Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Shri Piyush Goyal, a scheduled meeting of the US-India Trade Policy Forum (TPF) was held in Washington DC. It is also sometimes referred to as “Strategic Dialogue” since, within the framework of this Forum, the relevant representatives…

“North Korean hackers” in 2022

The author constantly writes about the “crimes of hackers from the DPRK,” and after talking about the problems that the cybersecurity of the Republic of Korea is facing, it’s time to talk about what hackers from the North have recently been accused of. The claim that the Pyongyang regime is making money for its nuclear missile program by hacking has become so common when directing…

Thirty large-scale MLRS and other successes of North Korea’s rocket program this New Year

In both North and South Korea, rocket scientists were able to congratulate themselves on a number of new achievements at the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023.  South Korea launched a solid-fuel rocket and completed a lunar orbit, while their North Korean colleagues continued to fulfil the policies of their…

Turkey’s energy strategy as a means of boosting security and shifting the balance of power

In today’s world, the security of a country consists of various components, where energy plays a crucial role. The effectiveness of a country’s energy security is determined by its resource capabilities, its scientific and technological base, its geographic location and its access to strategic communications…

Japan’s Defense Strategy: A View from the Korean Corner

On December 16, 2022, Japan’s Cabinet approved amendments to three key national security and defense documents. First, an increase in the military budget is envisaged.  The Japanese government has previously announced plans to increase defense spending to 2% of GDP by 2027 (it is currently 1% of GDP). If Japan does so, its defense…

Russian-Turkish partnership in the area of another Turkish-Syrian crisis

In today’s geopolitical dynamics, Russia and Turkey maintain a relevant regional presence in strategically important regions of the Near and Middle East, where the interests of the two powers can combine and diverge. However, the ruling elites have a high sense of maintaining a balance of power, respecting national…


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