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Russia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates

Giancarlo Valori The FSB (Federal’naja Služba Bezopasnosti Rossijskoj Federácii, the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation) – created in 1995 from the ashes of the Komitet Gosudarstvennoj Bezopasnosti (KGB), the State Security Committee – is ready for additional responsibilities under the new national security strategy. President Putin’s …

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Artificial Intelligence and International Refugee Law

Nafees Ahmad Refugee rights are cosmological, binding, blended, co-dependent, and interconnected and constitute the basic structure of international custom [BASIC] encapsulating the national jurisdictions across the world. BASIC thrives on dignity; therefore, the word “refugee rights” can be delineated and defined in a single word–as per my understanding–called …

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China And U.S. Are On the Brink of War

Eric Zuesse  Right now, the neocons that Biden has surrounded himself with are threatening to accuse him of having ‘lost Taiwan’ if Biden backs down from his many threats to China, threats that the U.S. Government will reverse America’s “One China” policy, which has been in place ever …

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Developments on Korean Peninsula risk accelerating regional arms race

Gabriela Bernal A week full of missile tests; this is the current environment on the Korean Peninsula. On Wednesday, North Korea fired two rounds of ballistic missiles into the East Sea while South Korea tested its first submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) just a few hours later. Wednesday’s tests …

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How China Exacerbates Global Fragility and What Can be Done to Bolster Democratic Resilience to Confront It

 Caitlin Dearing Scott and Isabella Mekker From its declared policy of noninterference and personnel contributions to United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Missions to its purported role in mediating conflicts, China has long sought to portray itself as a responsible global leader, pushing narratives about building a “community of common …

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Stronger media, stronger nations

 Shehab Al Makahleh In the 18th century, when Nathan Rothchild said: “who owns the information, owns the world”, he realized that this statement will be the focal point in political and international relations.  However, retaining information is useless without owning technology, publishing and distribution networks. This explains why …

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Russia and Central Asian countries in the aftermath of the Taliban victory

Giancarlo Elia Valori While the States concerned are paying attention to the situation in Afghanistan, they are also constantly adjusting their policies towards this country. A new round of “games” on the Afghan issue has just begun. The withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan in 1989 was not …

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Commemorate 9/11 By Designating Pakistan’s Intel Chief as a Terrorist

It is time the U.S. intelligence community sever all ties and instead focus its intelligence assets on the neutralization of the ISI and its leadership as a precondition to Pakistan’s ability to re-emerge as the normal state that its founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah imagined. In the wake of …

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The Navy’s Final Zumwalt-Class Stealth Destroyer Is Set to Deploy

The trails, which include at-sea and in-port demonstrations, are intended to allow shipbuilders the opportunity to assess the ship’s technologies, weapons, and technological systems as a key step toward moving toward war. The third and final U.S. Navy stealthy Zumwalt-class destroyer is surging toward ultimate deployment as the …

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