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25 november
2016
Ajmal Sohail

Novel attempts to launch sectarian war in Afghanistan

Sectarian warfare is not a very new issue in the Islamic world because for decades Saudi-Arabia and Iran wish to dominate the Islamic globe, Iran exports the Shiite Islamic revolution doctrines and Saudi-Arabia the Wahabistic Islamic tenets to the Muslim world, unfortunately, both countries enjoy rich oil reserves and miss-using petrol-bucks to lead the said world.

12 september
2016
Russian Council

Russia’s Turnover with its Leading Partner in Europe is $44.6 Billion. How to Reach Out to Berlin via Warsaw and Prague

In 2015, bilateral trade between Poland and Germany reached $100 billion. Poland became Germany’s seventh-largest trade partner, with Russia sitting in 13th. The structure of trade relations between Berlin and Warsaw is much more complex and diverse than that of Berlin and Moscow. Trade between Germany and the Czech Republic reached $85 billion last year, i.e. the Czech Republic was worth twice as much to Germany as Russia.

17 august
2016
Ruslan Mamedov

Autumn Is Coming. Russian VKS in Iran

Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS) warplanes have been deployed in Iran’s Hamadan, according to media reports on 15 August 2016 . The move followed the meetings between the leaders of Russia and Iran at a summit in Baku, leaders of Russia and Turkey at a summit in St. Petersburg, and heads of Foreign Ministries of Iran and Turkey. Therefore, there is a chance that the deployment of the Russian TU-22M3 strategic bombers at Iran’s 3rd Tactical Air Base in Hamadan had been coordinated in advance. Previously, those aircraft had been involved in the Syrian operation of the Russian VKS, flying from Russian Mozdok in North Ossetia.
28 july
2016
Eric Ehrmann

Brexistentialism for useful innocents

The European Union (EU) has evolved into an engine for global growth and a burgeoning military power, working closely with NATO. But differences among members, exacerbated by the global economic meltdown of 2007, over economic and trade issues, immigration, and mediating extremism, have fomented what some western media asset s and "thought leaders" are describing as Europe's "existential crisis."

 Is it ?

18 march
2016
Dmitriy Frolovskiy

Why Israeli-Russian relations will only get better.

Russian military involvement in Syria and the recent agreement with the Syrian government to maintain permanent military bases brings back the Cold War memories when roughly 8000 thousand Soviet soldiers were permanently stationed in Syria. Meanwhile, the Soviet-Israel relations were tensed and the Soviet Union threatened to attack Israel during both the Six Day War and Yom Kippur War, many things have changed since the relations were restored on a diplomatic level 25 years ago.

15 march
2016
Anna Corsaro

War in Yemen: a New Vietnam?

The Yemeni Civil War is probably not the most talked about conflict in western media, with all the attention attracted by the unfortunately well-known atrocities committed by the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. Nevertheless, the bloodshed has reached sizable proportions with estimated 6000 dead since March 2015 and it cannot absolutely be underestimated for the gravity and magnitude of geopolitical effects it carries on the the Middle East and the rest of the world.

23 january
2016
Eric Ehrmann

The smog of war

The Paris climate deal known as COP 21 calls for major powers to transfer trillions of dollars to a tenuous project that manufactures fresh hope that man can curb pollution and cool the planet. Meanwhile,mediating conflicts driven by enegy security, extremism and genocides that are killing and displacing millions are struggling to obtain funds .