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US election scandals, Turkey sanctions, New Caledonia – weekly outcomes
11/05/2018

US election scandals, Turkey sanctions, New Caledonia – weekly outcomes

Weekly review 24th October – 4th November
Monthly review: October 2018
11/02/2018

Monthly review: October 2018

Monthly review: October 2018, geopolitics
A Kingdom Divided
10/31/2018

A Kingdom Divided

The UK outside the EU - equals Scotland and Northern Ireland outside the UK. Put simply, the United Kingdom will cease to be united, and only England (with Wales, pushing more and more for separation) will continue on
Khashoggi, Afghanistan, EU summit – weekly outcomes
10/22/2018

Khashoggi, Afghanistan, EU summit – weekly outcomes

Weekly outcomes - Khashoggi, Afghanistan, EU summit
Murder of the global interest
10/22/2018

Murder of the global interest

Saudi Arabia acknowledged that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was indeed killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.  The suspects already have been identified - 18 intelligence officers, who allegedly acted independently without communication with the authorities of Saudi Arabia.
Khashoggi, Brunson and the Bavarian elections – outcomes of the week
10/15/2018

Khashoggi, Brunson and the Bavarian elections – outcomes of the week

Outcomes of the week - Jamal Khashoggi, pastor Andrew Brunson and the Bavarian elections
The Great Game in Syria in the aftermath of the Idlib ordeal
10/12/2018

The Great Game in Syria in the aftermath of the Idlib ordeal

The fight for the lion’s share in Idlib and in Syria has the potential to establish a new “Great Game” in the greater Levant and the Middle East region
China’s debt-trap diplomacy; a threat to the developing world 
10/08/2018

China’s debt-trap diplomacy; a threat to the developing world 

Analysts who follow global geopolitical trends frequently come across the phrase: “the 21st century belongs to China”. To lend credibility to the claim, they often mention China’s $1 trillion “one belt, one road” initiative. Through this huge initiative, China is supporting infrastructureprojects in strategically-located developing countries while extending loans for those projects.
US Should Be Blamed On Russian Aircraft Loss
10/03/2018

US Should Be Blamed On Russian Aircraft Loss

While Russia blamed Israel for the tragic loss of a Russian military aircraft with 15 personnel onboard, off the Syrian coast, Israel blamed Syria and US blamed Iran while nobody noted on that if it wasn’t for the American blind support of Israel’s violation to the international laws this incident would have never happened
Monthly Review: September 2018
10/01/2018

Monthly Review: September 2018

Monthly Review September 2018 - Europe, Eurasia, Middle East, Africa, Asia, North America, Latin America
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