Tag: Washington

Six Months into the War – Analyses & Update Part 1 (of a 4 Part Series)

The illusion of the West has collapsed. Six months after the start of Russia’s Special Military Operation, or SMO, the leadership class of the West is still living in fantasy land. Reality is biting, but a sense of heedlessness has taken over the intellectual capacity of this deluded class, and it is worth noting that […]

Re-Balancing the Middle East Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)

 Russia & China in the Middle East By the series of actions in recent months in Iraq and across the Middle East, Washington has forced a strategic shift towards China and to an extent Russia and away from the United States. If events continue on the present trajectory it can well be that a main […]

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

Euromaiden and 2014 Revolution The Euromaidan protests started in November 2013 after the president, Viktor Yanukovych, began moving away from an association agreement that had been in the works with the European Union and instead chose to establish closer ties with the Russian Federation. Some Ukrainians took to the streets to show their support for closer ties with Europe. Meanwhile, in the […]

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