Expert Analysis


Is Russia Recalibrating Its De Facto Alliance With Israel In Syria?

Is Russia Recalibrating Its De Facto Alliance With Israel In Syria? 2 AUGUST 2021 Last month’s revelation by a representative of the Russian Armed Forces that the Syrian-manned anti-air systems that his country dispatched to the Arab Republic successfully downed most “Israeli” missiles during a recent strike suggest that the Eurasian Great Power might be […]

The US-German Hybrid War Against Poland Is Intensifying

The US-German Hybrid War Against Poland Is Intensifying 26 JULY 2021 Poland has come under intensified Hybrid War attack by the US and Germany after its hoped-for Baltic Pipe’s construction has been delayed by their Danish ally, the influential Washington Post published a scathing editorial imploring American decision makers to push back against Poland’s plans […]

Russia Is Right To Regard The Taliban As Reasonable

Russia Is Right To Regard The Taliban As Reasonable 24 JULY 2021 Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s recent remark that his country regards the Taliban as “reasonable people” prompted a discussion about why exactly Moscow holds this position towards a group that it still officially designates as terrorists. The Taliban’s cautious welcoming into the international […]

Iran Is Wisely Marketing Itself As A Conduit For Russian-Pakistani Trade

Iran Is Wisely Marketing Itself As A Conduit For Russian-Pakistani Trade 23 JULY 2021 The Iranian Consul General to Pakistan’s proposal on 16 July that his country could serve as a conduit for Russian-Pakistani trade was extremely strategic since it shows a keen awareness of the Islamic Republic’s role in Eurasia’s rapidly evolving geo-economic environment. […]

What’s The SCO’s Game Plan For Afghanistan?

What’s The SCO’s Game Plan For Afghanistan? 9 JULY 2021 The SCO would do well to coordinate its members’ efforts to contain Afghan-emanating regional terrorist threats such as ISIS-K, encourage a political compromise between Kabul and the Taliban, and devise a plan for developing the war-torn country’s connectivity potential so as to ensure its long-term […]


India Has Very Limited Security Options For Ensuring Its Interests In Afghanistan

India Has Very Limited Security Options For Ensuring Its Interests In Afghanistan 8 JULY 2021 The Taliban’s lightning-fast takeover of Afghanistan in the wake of the US’ full military withdrawal by September 11th presents certain security concerns for India, but the South Asian state only has very limited options for ensuring its relevant interests, none […]

The EU Should Be Wary Of Lithuania’s ‘United Talks’ Proposal With China

The EU Should Be Wary Of Lithuania’s ‘United Talks’ Proposal With China 7 JULY 2021 Lithuania is behaving as an American proxy in Europe. Vilnius voluntarily accepts this role because it wrongly believes that it’s the best means for bestowing it disproportionate strategic significance in the bloc. Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis told Politico late last week […]

Are Pakistani-Ukrainian Relations Problematic For Russia?

Are Pakistani-Ukrainian Relations Problematic For Russia? 6 JULY 2021 Pakistani-Ukrainian relations, and in particular the possible impact that Islamabad’s observance of the Sea Breeze 2021 exercises might have on its ties with Moscow, are a non-issue for Russian-Pakistani relations. There’s been some discussion on social media in recent days about whether Pakistani-Ukrainian relations are problematic […]

Is Foreign Meddling In Ethiopia Actually A Proxy War Against China?

Is Foreign Meddling In Ethiopia Actually A Proxy War Against China? 5 JULY 2021 The US, its Western allies, and the Arab League must stop meddling in Ethiopia’s internal affairs and the GERD issue should be resolved via African Union-led talks, not the UNSC. Africa’s second most populous country of Ethiopia has recently experienced a surge in […]

What Explains Ethiopia’s Stunning Military Reversal In Tigray?

What Explains Ethiopia’s Stunning Military Reversal In Tigray? 30 JUNE 2021 Addis Ababa’s unexpected decision to implement a unilateral ceasefire in its rebellious Tigray Region following eight months of war there was influenced by its opponents’ unconventional military advantage fighting on their mountainous home turf, neighboring Eritrea’s military withdrawal from the conflict following international criticism […]

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