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NATO Was Never Only About Russia

When NATO was created, future peace between Germany and its neighbors was yet far from secured It is today sadly forgotten, that NATO was created not with one, but with two objectives. The second objective of NATO was to retain inner peace, that is, keep ...

05.12.2019

Annergret Kramp-Karrenbauer and her revolutionary foreign policy objectives for Germany

... independent foreign policy. The country supposed to remain neutral and not to follow a self-determining foreign policy. The country’s foreign policy objectives have been chosen and dictated by Uncle Sam and Germany ought to pursue the footsteps of NATO in general and the United States in particular. Since, AKK turn out to be the leader of CDU a predominant political party of Germany and the defense minister, she is committed to announce a U-turn in the foreign policy of Germany, “however political ...

04.12.2019

How to Stop NATO

However, will a world without NATO be better for Russia than a world with NATO? Catherine the Great is credited with saying that the only way to secure the borders of the Russian Empire is to expand them continuously. This logic is to some degree applicable to the North Atlantic ...

03.12.2019

INDIA. The New Pivotal Role in Asia and Europe

The New Pivotal Role in Asia and Europe: Oil & Gas Likewise Industries, Energy, New Military Endeavors and Defence Strategies for New Delhi: by introducing integrated battle groups (IBGs), energy weapons, artificial intelligence, robotics and micro-satellite technologies to secure its borders, and allow transfer of encrypted communication security equipment from the US to India and the Canada partnering with India in maintenance aspects of the nuclear sector. To include: the Indian Army, Navy and...

25.11.2019

Russia’s Comeback Isn’t Stopping With Syria

... its desire to become part of the extended Euro-Atlantic community: Its pleas to be treated as an equal by the United States did not impress Washington, and its demands that its national security interests be respected were ignored in the process of NATO enlargement. And so from the early 2010s, the Kremlin started charting a course that was clearly at odds with its earlier policies of Western integration. With the Russian military intervention in Ukraine in 2014, the breakout from the post-Cold ...

19.11.2019

Goodbye, U.S. Foreign Policy

... States to remove the economic blockade of Cuba, which was almost a unanimous consensus of all states of the UN, except for Israel and the United States. Igor Ivanov: Why Should We Be Grateful to Donald Trump? America’s relationship with its allies in NATO was also tested under Trump, who repeatedly requested that other members of the North Atlantic block increase their expenditure shares in the organization, many of whom were sceptical to that advice. Ceteris paribus, the difference of expenditures ...

13.11.2019

The Efficiency of German Contribution in the Afghan Peace Process

... flourish, women rights to thrive and the economic prosperity to boom. Germany enjoys full-scale leverage in the entire region and beyond, because Germany stationed the second largest troops in Afghanistan, the country is one of the main initiator of the NATO Resolute Support Mission for Afghanistan and it is one of the top 10 contributors to the reconstruction process and humanitarian assistance in the country. Germany has very good diplomatic relations with almost all of the surrounding countries of ...

11.11.2019

Wolfgang Richter: Establishing Whether the Other Side Has Hostile Intent Is Critical for De-escalation

Interview with one of the co-authors of the OSCE Report “Reducing the Risks of Conventional Deterrence in Europe” On October 24, 2019, the Russian International Affairs Council held a breakfast lecture on the topic “ Arms Control: Will Russia and NATO Reach a Deal? ” timed to the release of the OSCE Report “ Reducing the Risks of Conventional Deterrence in Europe ”. In an interview following his speech, Colonel (GS) Wolfgang Richter, one of the co-authors, discussed the art of conflict de-escalation,...

29.10.2019

US Sanctions Against Turkey: Zero Escalation

... in Congress. On October 11, a resolution criticising the position of the US executive on Turkey and the Kurdish issue was drafted by Democrat Eliot Engel, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair. A similar joint resolution was proposed by Democratic Senator Robert Menendez. Turkey’s unprovoked invasion is described in a resolution proposed by Republican Senator Mitch McConnell. At the same time, Congressmen offered several proposals for sanctions against Turkey. In particular, Senator Lindsey Graham ...

25.10.2019
 

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