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Israel, Ukraine, and Black Market Transplant Surgeons


The topics of local military conflicts and illegal human organ trade always go hand in hand, since military actions are not just about solving geopolitical issues and commonplace profiting off the arms trafficking but also about illegal human organ trade. Organ buyer-ups and black market transplant surgeons have long become ordinary elements of the military…

Israel Reevaluating Ukrainian Events?


After recent critical remarks by Tel Aviv against Russia for its special denazification operation in Ukraine made at the UN General Assembly under the obvious pressure from Washington, the Israeli society, nonetheless, is coming around and expressing criticism toward the current Kyiv government recently strengthened with the US support. This statement…

Ukrainian Nazis have Created a “No-Sailing Zone” on the Black Sea


As you must know, the “no-fly zone” (NFZ), also known as the air exclusion zone (AEZ), is an off-limits area established by military force. The criminal Kiev authorities have been actively, but unsuccessfully, trying in recent days to create a “no-fly zone” over Ukraine and involve the NATO countries in their confrontation…

US-Ukraine: a Stream of Lies and Slander


A constant stream of vile lies, fabrications and fakes are poured out by the US ceaselessly against many countries around the world, and above all Russia. Many commentators attribute these futile efforts by the current Joe Biden administration to their basic fear of the impending but inevitable fundamental changes taking place on the geopolitical stage…

Why is the West Launching a Mercenary War?


Even in an era of moral decline of the autochthonous population, the rulers of the Roman Empire relied on mercenaries when military service turned from prestigious to onerous for their own citizens. The Persians also relied during the crisis of their empire on Greek mercenaries, who represented the most combat-ready troops of Darius III in his war with Alexander the Great…

Turkish Fighters and the Internationalization of the Ukrainian War


More recently, the topic of Turkey and its use of fighters with Syrian war experience in a number of armed conflict zones has been discussed at length in the pages of NEO. However, the topic of foreign fighters in the current events in Ukraine, as well as the involvement of a number of NATO countries in sending…

Erdogan’s Bayraktar Bonanza


On December 3, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called Russian President Vladimir Putin. The heads of the two states spoke about Libya, Ukraine, and what is happening in Transcaucasia. While discussing the Ukrainian conflict, the Russian President stressed the importance of full and strict compliance with the Implementation of the 2015 Minsk Package of Measures and other…

Adept in Pan-Ottomanism, Erdogan Got Carried Away Playing Soldiers


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is well known for his resounding appeals built on the political doctrine of Pan-Ottomanism, which emerged in Turkey in the 1970s, according to which all subjects of the Ottoman Empire are members of a single nation, the Ottomans. However, such verbal passage has been…

COVID-19 Strategic Economics: The “Get Russia” Game Continues


Did you read recently that Russia is currently engaged in a hybrid war against the western world? Were you aware that Vladimir Putin’s only mission in life is to restore the Soviet Empire? If not, read the world’s top newspapers or the deep discussions held by western think tanks. For those of you interested in unedited history and geopolitical…

When will US Military Take Over Power in Kyiv?


Not long ago, the author wrote an article about the White House’s “royal gift”, in the form of new US Ambassador Julie Fisher, to Belarus, and pointed out that her appointment was very much in line with Washington’s recent policy to “strengthen” the leadership in its diplomatic missions with individuals with considerable experience in the…

Some Emerging Truths About Ukraine and the Crash of MH17


On 17 July 2014 a Malaysian Airlines flight was en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it was shot down over Ukrainian territory with the loss of all passengers and crew. The majority of the passengers were Dutch citizens, although there were significant other nationals represented, including in particular Australian citizens and residents. The Ukrainian territory over which…

Peace For The Donbass: A Distant Hope


The Normandy Four talks, held in Paris,on December 11, between Russia, Germany, France and the Kiev regime of Ukraine produced not much except more of the same: vague commitments to seek peace, agreements on prisoner exchange and gas supplies, but little else. Russia remains committed to the Minsk Agreements of 2015 and the road…

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