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Baku’s goals in the Nagorno-Karabakh war

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Senior Researcher and Analyst of International Affairs Following several years of widespread conflict between Armenia and Republic of Azerbaijan, the ceasefire ended the conflicts in May 1994. At that time, Armenian forces took control of almost all of Nagorno-Karabakh and several areas around the region, …

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Christian Nationalists and Christian Zionists March Lockstep to Secure Another Four Years for Trump

By Kathryn Shihadah Christian Nationalists and their cousins, Christian Zionists – have made their way into the halls of power, and may be the key to another four-year term for arguably the most catastrophic president in US history. Two thousand years ago, Jesus taught an oppressed, occupied people the …

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Why John Bolton Is Seeking Regime Change Against Donald Trump

In unleashing the Justice Department on Bolton, Donald Trump has done him a huge favor. Bolton’s book is now a best seller. National security adviser was the position President Donald Trump could never quite fill correctly. Conventional wisdom prior to this week held that his most calamitous selection …

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Eyewitness Report: American Carnage Comes to Washington

TNI editor Jacob Heilbrunn investigates the aftermath of looting and rioting in Washington, DC. Last evening, as I strolled through my neighborhood in Friendship Heights, I stumbled onto several gangs that were intent on trashing businesses along Friendship Heights. I had enough sense to avoid continuing on to …

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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov: “We Have No Trust, No Confidence Whatsoever” in America

Jacob Heilburnn TNI editor Jacob Heilbrunn interviews Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov about the New START Treaty and the state of U.S.-Russia relations. Jacob Heilbrunn: What is your assessment of the state of U.S.-Russia relations? Sergei Ryabkov: The current state of our bilateral relations is probably worse …

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Who is to blame for violence in Lithuania

Adomas Abromaitis Lithuania is used to maintain national security and defence relying on NATO allies in many ways. Such approach helps to save money and receive political preferences within the Alliance.Thus, the NATO enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup, as well as U.S. soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 9th Cavalry …

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Price war on oil and gas market from geopolitical perspective

Andrei Kadomtsev The collapse of the OPEC+ deal, coupled with a drop in demand amid the raging coronavirus pandemic, has sent tectonic shocks across the global oil and gas markets. Simultaneously, attacks on the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline project have intensified again. The global demand for oil had …

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Causes of Qatar’s continued positive approach to relation with Iran

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Senior Researcher and Analyst of International Affairs Past relations between the two nations: Qatar is a country located in the southwest of Asia, in the east of the Arabian Peninsula and southern part of the Persian Gulf. Qatar is in fact a small peninsula surrounded …

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The changing shape of war and conflict strategies

Dr. Shehab Al Makahleh There can be no talk of new transformations at the level of the world order and the international policy structure without referring to tools of power and conflict. When a human civilisation reaches the climax and starts declining, this structure leads to chaos and …

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