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Top 10 major geopolitical trends of 2019

Top 10 major geopolitical trends of 2019

A summary of the main political events and trends of 2019
NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

Today, Turkey is the least of NATO's problems: the contradictions have grown much deeper than a single wayward member of the alliance
France, Turkey and Syria: NATO is facing a new internal crisis and a loss of influence

France, Turkey and Syria: NATO is facing a new internal crisis and a loss of influence

Macron declared that “What we are experiencing is the brain death of NATO”
Youssef Hindi: NATO and its alternatives

Youssef Hindi: NATO and its alternatives

Interview with United World International (uwidata.com)
Erdogan to Visit US: Is Turkey Still a US Ally?

Erdogan to Visit US: Is Turkey Still a US Ally?

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will arrive in Washington to hold talks with US President Donald Trump.
Trump skinning NATO in Afghanistan

Trump skinning NATO in Afghanistan

The Pentagon has made a supplementary allocation of almost $ 650 million for the construction of a wall on the U.S.-Mexican border, simultaneously slashing the funds earmarked initially for security forces in Afghanistan.
An Arab NATO with Israel’s participation – a new weapon for globalists against the Iranian “threat”

An Arab NATO with Israel’s participation – a new weapon for globalists against the Iranian “threat”

Iran and Saudi Arabia have experienced a great deal of tension in their relations in recent years.
The US plan to exit the INF Treaty and the creation of a European Army

The US plan to exit the INF Treaty and the creation of a European Army

US President Donald J. Trump’s late October announcement that Washington intends to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) with Russia, coupled with his personal distaste for arms control treaties and multilateral agreements, his interest in massive arms sales (especially to the autocratic Middle Eastern monarchies) and his perceived efforts to undermine NATO and the European Union (EU), have deepened the rift between Washington and Brussels and have prompted Europe to take steps toward the creation of a joint European army.
A divide in the Atlanticist front

A divide in the Atlanticist front

The division between the European Union (centered on Germany and France) and the US under Trump came to light through a mutual reproachment that ironically followed commemoration ceremonies for the 100th anniversary of World War I in Paris.
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