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China Has a New Ferocious Critic
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China Has a New Ferocious Critic
January 26, 2022

Recently, the Eastern European nation of Lithuania began to fiercely criticize China on all fronts – from human rights to technology – and simultaneously engage with Taiwan. This behavior was readily supported by Washington and Brussels. What stands behind it?

Iran-Russia Hit Maximum Strategy
January 23, 2022

Three ain’t a crowd: The Iran-Russia summit this week, concurrent with RIC military drills in the Sea of Oman, in advance of a Xi-Putin meeting in two weeks, suggests a rapidly-advancing strategic vision for the three Eurasian powers.

Iran-Russia Hit Maximum Strategy
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How Not to Win an Olympic Gold Medal
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How Not to Win an Olympic Gold Medal
December 8, 2021

In the annals of diplomacy, the White House official confirmation of a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing might qualify at best as a disc thrower being hit by a boomerang.

Lingering Topics: Ukraine and Russiagate
October 22, 2021

The West should move closer to Russia. Russia has repeatedly sought better relations with the West – only to be met with arrogant, ignorant and hypocritical responses.

Lingering Topics: Ukraine and Russiagate
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Iran’s Future Is Looking Dark
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Iran’s Future Is Looking Dark
September 21, 2021

Washington considers that Iran is and always will be hostile to the U.S. and there is no indication whatever of desire to initiate discussions

Away From Non-Binding UNGA Resolutions, the EU Follows the U.S. Narrative on Cuba
August 11, 2021

If the EU truly prized democracy, it would lobby for an end to the illegal blockade and U.S. interference, Ramona Wadi writes.

Away From Non-Binding UNGA Resolutions, the EU Follows the U.S. Narrative on Cuba
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U.S. Reclaims Turkey for the Western Alliance
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U.S. Reclaims Turkey for the Western Alliance
June 12, 2021

Biden’s meetings in Brussels and Geneva are, arguably, the most consequential “bilaterals” he’ll be having in this entire eight-day trip to Europe. The two events have variables, but their correlation is not in doubt.

Biden Is on the Same Page As Trump in Maintaining an Anti-Cuba Stance
May 30, 2021

Biden was voted in as an alternative to Trump. How well is that working in terms of U.S. foreign policy?

Biden Is on the Same Page As Trump in Maintaining an Anti-Cuba Stance
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