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Putin’s interest in Ukraine (some could call it paranoia) has a theoretical background in one of the most famous American foreign policy books: “The Grand Chessboard” by Zbigniew Brzezinski. The author specifically pointed out that...

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Secretary general Jens Stoltenberg claims that NATO’s doors for Ukraine are open.  Kiev may become a member of the organization once it responds to all criteria of membership. In the statement at Hague session, Stoltenberg...

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In an extraordinary turn of events, United States decided not to wait any longer for a Turkish intervention in Syria to save Kobane and took the matter in its own hands. On the early hours...

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In the last days it became clear that the international US-led campaign of airstrikes to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State (IS) is having no discernible positive effect upon the battlefields of Iraq and...

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Questions are raised in regard to the effective protection the presidential candidates have these days. On 1st of February an attack took place, targeting staff of the Abdullah Abdullah campaign for presidential elections. Abdullah runs...

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2013.12.18 - Libya - You reap what you sow

Libya: You Reap What You Sow

December 18, 2013

Nearly three years after the NATO intervention in Libya, the country is in such dire condition that seems to need another intervention soon...

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The protests in Pakistan from last week have made Americans and NATO to suspend shipments of military hardware from Afghanistan using the Torkham Gate through Pakistan. The anti-American protests claimed also that the CIA’s drone...

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Officials say that a NATO attack killed five Taliban fighters, including a sought after regional leader in the province of Pakita......

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The airport, located in the capital city of Afghanistan, was the target of a coordinated attack by the Taliban insurgents. The attack, which started at 4:30 AM local time with seven insurgents involved, was claimed...

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The Afghan President declared in a press conference held at a University in Kabul that he would allow the US troops to keep bases in the country after 2014, although their exact locations and dimensions...

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