World Affairs

Will Artsakh (Karabagh) be the Tomb of Erdoğan ?

October 9, 2020 0

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict certainly had its origins in the dissolution of the USSR, but it was revived by the will of the Turkish president. It is unlikely that he took this initiative without first referring […]

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What’s at Stake in the Armenia-Azerbaijan Chessboard

October 2, 2020 0

By Pepe Escobar, posted with permission and first posted at Asia Times Few geopolitical hot spots across the planet may rival the Caucasus: that intractable, tribal Tower of Babel, throughout History a contentious crossroads of empires […]

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The Pendulum Swings Again: the Desecration of Hagia Sophia

July 20, 2020 0

Stephen KARGANOVIC President of the Srebrenica Historical Project The Turkish President should have consulted the prophecies of St. Paisius of the Holy Mountain rather than whatever kitaps he was reading before embarking on his risky provocation. […]

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Clash of Civilizations, Revisited

July 17, 2020 0

By Pepe Escobar – republished from Asia Times by permission of author Late afternoon in May 29, 1453, Sultan Mehmet, the third son of Murad, born of a slave-girl – probably Christian – in the harem, fluent in […]

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Dancing Through the Geopolitical Minefield

July 3, 2020 0

CHARLES HUGH SMITH The elites dancing through the minefield all have plans, but how many are prepared for the punch in the mouth? Open any newspaper from the past 100 years and you will soon […]

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