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Turkey’s actions will lead to war with Egypt and Greece

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‘Abdel-Latif Darwish, a professor of economics and crisis management in Egypt, said that Egypt’s agreement with Greece on the demarcation of maritime borders represents a strong blow to the...
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Analysis: What Is The Endgame For The Middle-East – Part II

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March 12th, 2017 – Fort Russ News – – Analysis by Vladimir Gujanicic, for FRN With an open border arrangement with Iran and Syria for weapons and troop movements,...
Vladimir Putin (photo Fort Russ)

The Forgotten Game: Why is Russia Enemy #1 for the US and West?

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If we compare Russian foreign policy to former Soviet policy, we can see that even if Russia is much weaker than the Soviet Union in terms of resources, Russia is more dangerous for the US.
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Analysis: What Is The Endgame For The Middle-East? – Part I

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After six years of struggle for the future of the Middle East, we can project what the endgame will be. First we must define what was the goal of...
A Russian soldier fires a Kornet missile, 2017 (photo wikipedia)

Are we facing another World War I? Anti-tank guided missiles

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After the end of the WWII, the things were developing in a predictable manner. Antitank systems were getting stronger, the tank has become more susceptible to destruction.

Russian sources: Moscow gave Iran the high precision tech for missiles that struck US...

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The high precision technology accounting for the astonishing accuracy of Iran’s missile strike on the US Ain Al Asad air base in Iraq on Jan. 8 came from Moscow,...
Thousands of people walk for the climate in Paris on October 13, 2018 (photo Francois Guillot AFP)

Climate and the Money Trail

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It is worth noting who is promoting the current flood of propaganda and climate activism.
Sejjil, Iranian medium-range ballistic missile (photo Balkans Post)

The turtle again won against the rabbit: Iran’s military and political policy coordination

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Finally, we can conclude that Iran has proven to be very successful in its long-term policies regarding the principled regional alliance, strong air defense, retaliation capabilities, and full control of the Hormuz Strait.

US wants Syria destroyed for not bowing to Israel

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has successfully managed to prevent his country from disintegration since foreign-backed militancy broke out there, says an American activist. Ken O’Keefe, a peace activist and former...
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How Washington “Liberates” Free Countries

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By: Andre Vltcek  There are obviously some serious linguistic issues and disagreements between the West and the rest of the world. Essential terms like “freedom”, “democracy”, “liberation”, even “terrorism”, are all...
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U.S. sends carriers to South China Sea during Chinese drills

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By Matthew Tostevin Two U.S. aircraft carriers were conducting exercises in the disputed South China Sea on Saturday, the U.S. navy said, as China also...
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Iraq sets up border posts to try to prevent Turkish advance

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Iraqi troops were enforcing positions along the border with Turkey, officials said Friday, to prevent Turkish forces from advancing deeper into Iraqi territory after...
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Egypt wants Russia to accelerate coastal defense system deliveries to Libya amid new...

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BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:00 P.M.) – Egyptian and Russian military sites said that Cairo asked Moscow to speed up deliveries of coastal defense...
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Covid-19 and its impact on Belt and road initiative and CPEC

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By Mohsin Rasheed   Nowadays, Covid-19 is increasing rapidly in Pakistan. As of June 30 the amount of confirmed cases had risen to 208359 along with 4254...
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Iranian President Urges Enhanced Ties with Belarus

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TEHRAN (Tasnim) – President of Iran Hassan Rouhani congratulated Belarus on the anniversary of the Eastern European country’s Independence Day, calling for...