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Putin’s Multipolar Offer to Saudi Arabian Exceptionalism
Security
Putin’s Multipolar Offer to Saudi Arabian Exceptionalism
September 18, 2019

The Saudis have oil and little means to defend it, while at the same time maintaining an ideology that has been demonized by the Mainstream Media for almost 20 years, prepping the West with a casus belli when the time comes.

The End of Modern Diplomacy
September 11, 2019

Aristotle defined a tyrant as someone who rules solely for his own benefit and pleasure. The world has seen the steady rise of such tyrants over the past few decades.

The End of Modern Diplomacy
History
Power of Diplomacy and Partnership at Vladivostok
Editorial
Power of Diplomacy and Partnership at Vladivostok
September 6, 2019

A new era of multilateralism and multipolar development is unfolding whether the Western media acknowledge it or nor. That new era is epitomized by the successful gathering of East Asian nations in Vladivostok this week.

Washington’s Utterly Failed Diplomacy
August 9, 2019

Can American citizens rein in their errant, irrational regime? Time will tell. But one thing seems for sure, world peace is continually endangered by the regime in Washington which is operating in its own realm of fantasy and criminal megalomania.

Washington’s Utterly Failed Diplomacy
Editorial
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Has US and UK Diplomacy Completely Died in the Middle East and Been Replaced by Parody?
World
Has US and UK Diplomacy Completely Died in the Middle East and Been Replaced by Parody?
April 17, 2019

The real story is how alarming numbers of ISIL fighters are re-emerging in Southern Syria due to US sanctions against Iran forcing Iranian guards to financial profiteer by offering them safe package there for hard cash.

Energy Diplomacy and Security in the Age of Shale Gas Revolution
August 7, 2018

Big energy suppliers are able to move away from political marginalization and enter the mainstream arena of international politics. In our era, energy protagonists will also play the leads in the drama of geopolitics.

Energy Diplomacy and Security in the Age of Shale Gas Revolution
Business
Diplomacy for Peace or Preparations for War?
World
Diplomacy for Peace or Preparations for War?
March 24, 2018

After a series of high-level meetings between officials from Seoul and Pyongyang, the proposal for a face-to-face meeting between the American and North Korean leaders appeared before President Trump, who without much hesitation accepted, upsetting the last 50 years of relations between the countries.