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Hezbollah’s precision missiles can ‘paralyze strategic systems of Israel

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A commentator on Israeli military affairs, Alon Ben David, wrote in the Maariv newspaper this week that “Hezbollah has succeeded till this day in accumulating accurate missiles of medium...
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Syrian Army to face major ISIS threat in 2021

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The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) ended 2020 with a powerful attack on a passenger bus carrying several soldiers from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA); this surprise strike with a roadside...
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Andrew Korybko: China-EU investment deal is a geo-economic game-changer

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China and the European Union (EU) clinched the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) on December 30 after seven years of negotiations. This development is a geo-economic game-changer, not least...
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Andrew Korybko: President Assad Slaughtered Neoliberalism’s Four Sacred Cows

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Syrian President Assad just slaughtered neoliberalism's four sacred cows of gay marriage, radical secularism, marijuana legalization, and gender theory in a short video of his latest speech that recently...
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Andrew Korybko: Complementary role of Iran, China, Russia in Syria reconstruction

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Tehran (Bazaar): Syria, like all countries, has the right to diversify its economic partners, and friendly competition between Russia, China, and Iran will benefit the Syrian people by getting them better...
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Andrew Korybko: Iran should become a crucial node in China’s BRI project: geopolitical analyst

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TEHRAN -     Andrew Korybko, an American geopolitical analyst, tells the Tehran Times that whatever the incoming American administration decides regarding the 2015 nuclear deal (JCPOA), Iran should play...
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Does Size Matter? North Korea’s Newest ICBM

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BY: MICHAEL ELLEMANOCTOBER 21, 2020MILITARY AFFAIRS, WMDDuring its October 10 celebration of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Workers’ Party of Korea, North Korea paraded its newest...

Biden fails to reckon with the cost of coronavirus shutdowns

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By  Jeremy Beaman The second and final presidential debate turned out to be what the first one wasn’t — an actual debate. President Trump and Joe Biden were both relatively...

The Mainstream Press Is Desperate To Help Joe Biden, Even If It Means A...

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By  John Daniel Davidson It’s hard to imagine a media establishment more corrupt and insular than the American political press, which refuses to cover one of the biggest political stories...
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Turkey leads new atrocities against Armenians

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In a faraway corner of the world, in a land Armenians call Artsakh and which you may know as Karabakh (“black ­garden”), a church was bombed last week —...
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Historic Win for Left: Gustavo Petro Wins Colombian Elections

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Bogota-SANA-Leftist candidate Gustavo Petro maintained a five percentage point difference, with 50 percent, against Rodolfo Hernandez during Colombia’s presidential runoff, with 79.6 percent of...
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EU forced to buy Russian oil to prevent Putin from earning even more –...

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The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said that the European Union is forced to buy Russian oil so that Putin...
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JP Morgan: The Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of...

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The large American bank "JP Morgan" estimates that the Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of Western sanctions, and that...
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Greenpeace: United Kingdom imported more than $ 275 million in Russian oil during the...

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The British government has imported Russian oil worth 220 million pounds ($ 276 million) since Moscow declared war on Ukraine, according to a new...

The Hell of Volnovakha

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The battle for this strategically important place was fought for two weeks. With the fall of Volnovakha and the northbound frontline push, a railway...