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Afghan War and its Psychological Cost

31.12.2018

As stated by Kimberly Aamadeo in the Balance Magazine in August 2018, the Afghanistan War that began in 2001 has cost $1.07 trillion. The Bush administration launched it in response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks by al-Qaida.

The Global Winter War

03.12.2018

I read Dr. Andrey Kortunov's (RIAC Director General) speech to members of the strategic dialog organized by Emirates Policy Center, with the support of the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs. To begin with, from my own humble opinion, if Dr.

China, America, and “Nationalism”

25.11.2018

Stephen Bannon was to deliver a frontal assault on China—on Chinese soil—and advance the proposition that the United States and China are, or should be, engaged in an epic struggle for world domination in the twenty-first century, according to the New York Times.

The INF issue

19.11.2018

The climax of the Cold War was reached when the former American President Carter and European leaders Callaghan, Giscard and Schmidt decided in 1979 the deployment of nuclear warhead missiles with a range too short to make them start from bases in

4 November 1979 – Iranian Lesson

02.11.2018

In what country no coup d'état is possible? In the United States, because there is no American Embassy in Washington D.C.  This old joke is simple, but the most accurate explanation of the true role of such centres around the world.