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The Balkans and Their Consequences
Security
The Balkans and Their Consequences
June 23, 2019

The re-Balkanization of the Balkans by the West in the 1990s set important precedents for other aggressive moves of the Cold War victors the world over during the next two decades, which brought peace neither to the regions nor to the Balkanized international scene.

When Washington Think Tanks Call for ‘Action’ in the Balkans, Expect Trouble
May 9, 2018

The people who play key roles in the government and purportedly nongovernmental sectors like think tanks not only think alike, in many cases they are in fact the very same people who have simply switched positions within what could best be understood as a single, hybrid public-private entity that in recent years has come to be known as the Deep State.

When Washington Think Tanks Call for ‘Action’ in the Balkans, Expect Trouble
Security
Balkan Countries Viewed As Pawns in West’s Russia Containment Game
World
Balkan Countries Viewed As Pawns in West’s Russia Containment Game
April 17, 2018

Being a battlefield in the geopolitical game will hardly benefit the countries of the region. Lured into the NATO and EU, they risk becoming pawns in big powers’ games.

Could They Possibly Be So Unimaginative?
April 14, 2018

Western policy-makers and their media appendages are devoid of creative imagination. They can do little more than stick to the same, worn-out, constantly recycled templates.

Could They Possibly Be So Unimaginative?
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Macedonia Is Rushing Headlong into NATO Membership: the Cons are Evident, What About the Pros?
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Macedonia Is Rushing Headlong into NATO Membership: the Cons are Evident, What About the Pros?
January 19, 2018

Will dancing to Washington’s tune advance the country’s security? Will it benefit the nation in any way at all? These are the questions that arise as Macedonia is trying to revive its efforts to become NATO’s 30th member-state.

As US Global Influence Recedes, Secession Demands Grow
January 13, 2018

The demise of neo-colonialist busybody diplomats at the State Department has ushered a "global spring," where both active and long-dormant independence movements are seeing glimmers of hope for their own nation-states.

As US Global Influence Recedes, Secession Demands Grow
World
US Views the Balkans As Battlefield to Fight Russia
Security
US Views the Balkans As Battlefield to Fight Russia
December 6, 2017

The US views the Balkans not as a region with prospects of economic cooperation and partnership on equal terms but rather as a battlefield against Russia. What the United States does is enforcing an openly destructive choice between the West and Russia on the Balkan countries.

The Balkans’ Run-Up to the Catalan Crisis
October 10, 2017

The future situation both in Catalonia and surrounding Iraqi Kurdistan will reveal evidence of geopolitical maneuvers and machinations that have little in common with the aspirations of the people.

The Balkans’ Run-Up to the Catalan Crisis
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