Politics

Will the “Winds of Change” Sweep Netanyahu Off his Political Olympus?

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Despite the issue, one seemingly resolved for good, in Israel with the swearing-in of the country’s new government without Benjamin Netanyahu, the political battles among these “hot-headed Israeli boys” just do not stop. According to journalists from Zman Yisrael, in May Benjamin Netanyahu examined…

Who is Britain’s “War Grin” Aimed At?

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In its vassal state allegiance to Washington, London has increasingly tried to show a “war grin” to Russia and China…

British Army Being Slaughtered By Its Own Tanks

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Who wants to be protected by an army which runs away? Even worse, by one which runs in several different directions before a shot is even fired? Such armies have existed in history. One reason Hungary went Communist was because its army ran away from the Germans in 1943, leaving a void of authority. The US insists on making the Iraq conflict more important…

Can the Change Coalition end Bibi’s Reign?

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When I was trying to keep up with Israeli political news over the last month, the last thing I expected to see was a coalition of factions who beforehand would have had nothing to do with each other politically, other than being determined opponents. The only likely political glue I could see that would account for the miracle was their shared hatred of Netanyahu to the point…

On Pakistan’s Current Foreign Policy Course

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The recent attention to Pakistan in describing aspects of the current stage of the Global Game is understandable. As one of the two “de facto” nuclear powers (along with India, Israel’s status, in this case, being labeled “volatile,” Pakistan occupies quite a distinctive place at the world’s gaming table, specifically, in the format of the China-US-India triangle, where one of…

US in Afghanistan: A War By Any Other Name…

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If the promise of a US withdrawal from Afghanistan has been met by extreme skepticism by not only the American public, but by the rest of the world, the US government has only itself to blame. The White House published, “Remarks by President Biden on the Way Forward in Afghanistan,” on April 14, 2021 included the US President claiming: Over the past…

Shaping the Washington-Tokyo-Seoul Triangle

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In one of his past articles the author promised to discuss in more detail how anti-Japanese sentiments in Seoul began to diminish with Joe Biden’s accession to power. The first signs of this development were observed at the end of 2020, when there was already a concern that the Seoul-Tokyo feud might have a negative impact on the partnership between Seoul…

What will Putin and Biden Talk About?

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The closer the possible meeting between Putin and Biden gets, the more hype around it arises, sometimes turning into  . Especially, of course, in recent days, Western observers and politicians have become sophisticated, adopting the tactics of the “Soviets” from the collapsed Soviet Union (USSR). The Western media is in intensive mode assessing the prospects…

The Afghanistan Fiasco Caught Up With the US in Iraq

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As various foreign media reports on recent developments in Iraq around the presence of US bases and US military contingents indicate, opposition towards them grows almost daily. In January 2020, the Iraqi parliament adopted a resolution calling for the withdrawal of foreign armies and, above all, the US military contingent from the territory of the republic…

In the Fight against China, Europe Offers the US no Special Advantage

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While the trouble brought by the Trump administration to the US-EU relations was expected to disappear on its own after Trump’s defeat in 2020 US presidential elections, this has not happened even after 5 months of Biden’s inauguration as the US president. While Europe has on the whole welcomed Biden presidency, it remains…

Subrahmanyam Jaishankar’s Trip to the United States

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Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar’s nearly week-long trip to the United States, commencing on May 24 this year, encompassed two distinct parts. Of these, the first was participation in the UN Security Council, to which India was elected for a two-year term in the summer of 2020 (during the UN General Assembly), along with Ireland, Kenya, Mexico…

Who is Fanning the Flames of the Kyrgyz-Tajik Сonflict and Why?

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In the last month alone, the situation on the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan escalated for the second time. Kyrgyzstan stated that Tajik military personnel have reinforced the border with military personnel and reported that a sea vessel appeared on the disputed section of the state border at an undisclosed location…


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