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Strategic equalization in current Syria

One of the most obvious results of the current stabilization of operations in Syria is the next and predictable equality of offensive potentials on the ground. The United States, however, thinks it shall no longer deal with Syria, considering that the ultimate goal of the War on Terror …

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HANNIBAL GADDAFI IS INNOCENT! RUSSIA INSISTS ON THE RELEASE OF THE PRISONER

Russian Foreign Ministry: We are calling for the end of Hannibal Gaddafi’s suffering Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Tuesday that Russia is in constant contact with the representatives of Dr. Islam Gaddafi in Europe, in Arab countries and in Libya. A Russian official said his country …

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THE SITUATION WITH VENEZUELA HAS PUT EUROPE AT STANDSTILL

The refusal of Nicolas Maduro to hold early presidential elections put the European Union at a standstill, as well as the choice between a soft and hard reaction to the coup attempt in Venezuela supported by leading countries – members of the community The European Union, which acted …

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Iran’s Defense Diplomacy with Russia Intensifies

Sajad Abed Iran’s relations with Russia are becoming increasingly important as the Islamic Republic seeks to strengthen its defense sector and develop a new national security strategy. Given Russia’s strong position in the global power hierarchy, Iran-Russia defense cooperation can provide important achievements for Iran and regional stability. …

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Who is to be Blame for the Arms Build-Up in Asia-Pacific?

Qurat Al Ain Hafeez Maritime disputes have appeared as one of the absolute security concern in the Asia-Pacific region. They act as a driving factor for the major power of the region, while formulating their strategic policies towards their neighbors. Over the past several decades the maritime security …

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The neo-Ottoman issue

Giancarlo Elia Valori Turkey is currently pursuing the following aims: 1) ​​becoming a Eurasian regional power; 2) later uniting all Turkmen ethnic groups from Anatolia to Xinjiang; 3) finally becoming a leading country in the Sunni Muslim world.   With specific reference to the first aim, the relationship between …

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Will the world have to choose between US and China?

Andrei Kodmostev As the US-China trade war heats up, more and more experts tend to believe that the world may be heading into a breakup again, just like it did during the years of the Cold War. This time – into two conflicting trade and economic camps, pro-US …

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Skills for the future: Learning to learn through technology is the new skills visa

Srinias Reddy Digital technologies – such as artificial intelligence, 3D printing, cognitive computing, big data, automation, the Internet of Things, advanced robotics and blockchain – are affecting many occupations, both jobs and tasks. The types of skills being demanded by employers are also changing, causing disruption in the …

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Asia must prepare today for tomorrow’s jobs

Yasuki Swada Technology optimists argue that progress creates many more jobs than it destroys. They say fears over job losses are as misplaced as Luddite worries in the 19th century over the loss of jobs like horse and buggy driver or loom weaver. More recently,  the introduction of …

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