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Years after Trump’s ‘f*** him’ remark, Netanyahu’s rift with Washington grows
The ongoing hostile relationship between the historic allies underscores Netanyahu's growing international isolation
May 19, 2023
Turkiye approves Finland bid to join NATO
Turkiye initially denied Finland and Sweden's bid to join NATO over connections to Kurdish militant groups such as the PKK
Mar 31, 2023
Global South: Gold-backed currencies to replace the US dollar
The adoption of commodity-backed currencies by the Global South could upend the US dollar’s dominance and level the playing field in international trade.
Jan 19, 2023
Eurasia’s Middle Corridor: An Atlanticist frenzy to stifle Europe-Asia integration
Geopolitical interests between the Anglo-American establishment and the Sino-Russian-led axis will clash over the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route.
Jan 02, 2023
Inflation shoots up to 24-year high in Turkey
The inflation of the Turkish lira accelerated for 16 consecutive months, increasing 3.25 percent between August and September this year
Oct 03, 2022
Saad Hariri and the collapse of Lebanon
The Syrian regime-change war and Lebanon's economic collapse happened under Saad Hariri's watch, but the Future Movement leader is seldom mentioned for the pivotal role he played in Lebanon's unravelling
Sep 12, 2022
The unholy alliance: Hindutva and Zionism
The ideologies of Hindutva and Zionism have taken centre stage in India and Israel’s apartheid-based policies. They have a lot in common, probably more so than their supporters would like.
Jun 29, 2022
St. Petersburg sets the stage for the War of Economic Corridors
In St. Petersburg, the world's new powers gather to upend the US-concocted “rules-based order” and reconnect the globe their way
Jun 18, 2022
Beggaring Europe: switching cheap Russian gas for expensive American LNG
EU steps to significantly reduce Russian gas imports will see Europe newly dependent on much pricier US liquefied natural gas
Jun 15, 2022
West Asia’s economic savior is called ‘multipolarity’
The transition from a western economic order toward a multipolar one is ushering in unprecedented economic and security advancements for West Asia.
May 02, 2022
Russia opens doors for Iran’s Eurasian integration
Raisi and Putin's January meeting may have seemed anticlimactic, but Russia is now opening doors for Iran's Eurasian integration
Feb 01, 2022
From Russia, With (Taliban) Love
Asia's powerbrokers dropped an Afghan bombshell in Moscow today: 'the country's reconstruction must be paid for by its military occupiers of 20 years.'
Oct 21, 2021
Washington or Moscow: decision-time for Erdogan in northern Syria
Continued US support for Kurdish militants is taking its toll on US-Turkish relations. Turkey's President Erdogan may finally have to choose between an American or Russian direction for his country.
Oct 15, 2021