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Turning From Europe To Asia — New Transportation Routes

The tension between Western nations and Russia regarding Crimea, Donbass, and Russian involvement in supporting Damascus against Islamic fundamentalism escalated significantly during the Russian-Ukrainian armed conflict under the Biden administration, following a trend that started during the Obama presidency. The pro-Atlantic elites of the EU countries were compelled by Washington […]


We Live In The World That Truman Made

The Cold War was started by Truman — not by FDR, and not by Stalin. The start of the U.S. Government’s effort to take control over the entire planet occurred on 25 July 1945 by U.S. President Harry Truman, just a few months after President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had died […]


What Is The Istanbul Peace Initiative?

On April 3, Russian Minister of Defence Sergey Shoigu held a phone call with his French counterpart Sébastien Lecornu and said that Russia is ready for negotiations based on the “Istanbul Peace Initiative”. None of the Russian officials confirmed what the initiative implied, which can potentially mean that a comprehensive […]


Iraq–Turkey Dry Canal

The new alternative route can transform the economies of the two countries. But the devil is in the detail. Turkey is trying to take advantage of its favorable geostrategic position. Situated at the crossroads from Western Asia to Europe, Turkey emphasizes its role at every opportunity, be it the transit […]

Flicker Of Hope: Biden’s Throwaway Lines On Assange

Walking stiffly, largely distracted, and struggling to focus on the bare essentials, US President Joe Biden was keeping company with his Japanese counterpart, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, when asked the question.  It concerned what he was doing regarding Australia’s request that the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange be returned to Australia. […]


Who Caused The EU Migration Crisis?

Europeans are increasingly feeling the impact of migrants. White individuals may feel concerned about exploring specific neighborhoods in major cities and capitals, where ghettos tend to be formed. The primary issue facing Europe is that, despite all measures taken, the number of migrants continues to remain high. In 2022, Eurostat […]


A Judicial Blindness

Ah, England.  I love it:  the home of Shakespeare, the Crown Jewels, London Bridge, Big Ben…and constant ecclesiastical weirdness.  It seems just yesterday that we were treated to the spectacle of two lesbian priestesses exulting over the Church of England’s decision to bless the union of gay and lesbian couples.  Now, hard […]


Muscovy And Muscovites

Those familiar with Eastern European discourse might know about “Ruthenians.” With the Ukrainian crisis worsening, debates about who falls under this category have resurfaced. Ukrainian nationalists claim that only Ukrainians and Belarusians can be recognized as Ruthenians (Rusyns), contending that Russians have adopted the name and are labeled as “Muscovites” […]


Relations Between Argentina And Latin American Countries

Javier Miley has brought his own adjustments to relations with neighbors. Even before he took office, his personal ties with Latin American countries were in question. This, however, should not interfere with the development of bilateral economic relations with the countries of South America: the very essence of international relations […]