Tim Kirby is an independent journalist, TV and radio host.
The little Democratic Dictators like Saakashvili and Pashinyan seriously believed that the West were their new “friends” who would support them in their military adventures.
Tim Kirby breaks down everything we should have learned from this very unusual voting year during this brief window of uncertainty.
The Right and Left are playing chicken and it doesn’t look like anyone is going to blink, Tim Kirby writes.
Like an aging oil field the freedom that the Internet offered to the common man across the planet is drying up.
It almost seems like environmental issues are being used as an excuse to push for certain policies that would otherwise never see the light of day.
Through the years the idea of what freedom means has narrowed and at present its interpretation seems very much in the hands of the West, Tim Kirby writes.
If America is in decline, then the threat of sanctions will cool off year-by-year. This justifies any moves made by the Russians and Chinese to provide more “Multipolarity” in terms of international institutions and infrastructure.
Let’s break down just why having a former Cuban come on to damn Socialism south of the border is not a particularly strong argument.
English today in Europe has left the same mark as Western European languages did in Africa – as a symbol of subordination.
Logically and statistically this country should look like North Korea in the 90’s and yet all things are quiet on the Arab front. How could this possibly be?