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How Kosovo Poisoned America’s Relationship with Russia

The Kosovo intervention set terrible precedents that have come back to haunt the West. By Ted Galen Carpenter Washington, DC perpetuated and deepened its Balkan blunder a few years after the Bosnia intervention when it intervened in Kosovo. Civil strife in Serbia’s restless, predominantly Albanian province, simmered and then …

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Iranian Presidential Elections Potential to Upend the Middle East Political Landscape

The outcome of the forthcoming Iranian presidential elections will have significant effects on the country’s internal affairs, as well as its relations with major regional and global powers. By Shehab Al Makahleh • Iranian 12th presidential elections on May 19th will determine the next president of the largest Persian …

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NATO is Trying to Draw Russia Into a New Balkan War

By Adam Garrie • It is NATO and not Russia opening up historical wounds in Europe’s most fraught region. Russia’s contemporary involvement in the Balkans is comparatively minimal. Russia does do business with Serbia, including with Serbia’s military, but the business does not involve anything that one could call …

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Western States Want to Destroy Syria – Chechen President Kadyrov

Moscow, SANA – Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov stressed condemnation of the US aggression on the Syrian territories, describing it as a violation of the international laws. In an interview with Russia Today TV, President Kadyrov warned against the schemes hatched by the Western states against Syria, saying that …

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