Month: December 2017

The Geopolitics of Ukraine Part 2 (of a 3 Part Series)

A look at the geo-strategic background makes things clearer. Ukraine is historically tied to Russia, geographically and culturally. It is Slavic, and home of the first Russian state, Kiev Rus. Its 52 million people are the second largest population in Eastern Europe, and it is regarded as the strategic buffer between Russia and a string […]

South Africa’s Increasing Strategic Position

It is important to read the article, “Fortress America”, published earlier this year. A brief review of it will suffice for our story here. The US is a declining global power. To maintain its hold as such, it has come up with a plan to, once again, blow up Eurasia, just as it did in 1939-1945, […]

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