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The EU Continues to Talk Utter Baloney About Libya. But What’s the Real Reason Its Warships Are in the Eastern Mediterranean?
World
The EU Continues to Talk Utter Baloney About Libya. But What’s the Real Reason Its Warships Are in the Eastern Mediterranean?
June 11, 2020

In reality, the position that the EU has taken, is to very much side with Haftar and with his LNA army which is attempting to overthrow the weak and somewhat illegitimate regime holding out in Tripoli.

A Vaccine Might Mitigate COVID-19, but What About the Plague in Its Wake That’s Not Novel and Is Spreading
May 21, 2020

Six months prior to COVID-19 devastating Italy, in the capacity of Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini was formulating a Romani “eviction plan.

A Vaccine Might Mitigate COVID-19, but What About the Plague in Its Wake That’s Not Novel and Is Spreading
Editor's Сhoice
EU Now Mulling Erdogan’s ‘Blackmail’ Move Over Syrian Refugees at the Greek Border, Ahead of Summit
Security
EU Now Mulling Erdogan’s ‘Blackmail’ Move Over Syrian Refugees at the Greek Border, Ahead of Summit
March 24, 2020

The move to send the Syrian refugees to the Greek border has merely opened old wounds on both sides and is unlikely to result in any kind of policy decisions in Idlib to counter Russia.

Removing References to the Arab Spring Facilitates the International Narrative on Migration and Refugees
March 18, 2020

The U.S. invasion of the Middle East and North Africa region has generated a perpetual phenomenon of refugees and forcibly displaced people seeking a semblance of normalcy in Europe.

Removing References to the Arab Spring Facilitates the International Narrative on Migration and Refugees
World
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Migrant Crisis 2.0 Who’s to Blame and What’s to Be Done?
Society
Migrant Crisis 2.0 Who’s to Blame and What’s to Be Done?
March 6, 2020

The key player in the new migrant crisis is Turkey: they may have started the new migration problem and thus they may be the ones who can end it.

Empires of the steppes fuel Erdogan Khan’s dreams
March 6, 2020

Erdogan Khan has proclaimed, “Idlib is mine.” Syria and Russia are responding, “No, it’s not.” Those were the days, when turcophone empires of the steppes could just advance and capture their prey.

Empires of the steppes fuel Erdogan Khan’s dreams
Editor's Сhoice
Western States, Turkey Dare to Profess Humanitarian Concern for Syria
Editorial
Western States, Turkey Dare to Profess Humanitarian Concern for Syria
March 6, 2020

The cynicism of “humanitarian concern” parlayed by antagonists as a cover for ulterior agendas is as old as war itself.

Trump’s Invisible Wall Keeps Expanding
February 5, 2020

The actual wall on the border is of less practical importance to keeping out illegal immigrants, than Trump’s invisible barriers, Tim Kirby writes.

Trump’s Invisible Wall Keeps Expanding
Society
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