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NATO isn’t a defensive pact but an aggressive bloc dedicated to expanding hegemony and Western values

An international gathering of youth is usually taken as an opportunity to promote exchanges and mutual understanding. But this was not the case at the NATO Youth Summit held late last month. Instead, NATO Secretary-General Jens…
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Business as usual? Arms sales of SIPRI Top 100 arms companies continue to grow amid pandemic

by : sipri , STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (Stockholm, 6 December 2021) Sales of arms and military services by the industry’s 100 largest companies totalled $531 billion in 2020—an increase of 1.3 per cent in real…
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The Footsteps of ISIS in Afghanistan

by : Mohammad Hossein Jafarian The viewpoints of Moscow, Tehran and even Delhi and Beijing against the Taliban have surprised many these days. Strangely enough, the United States and Pakistan have the same idea, as well. This is the…
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As U.S. Leaves Bagram Air Base, Russia, Iran and China Weigh Options in Afghanistan

by : NEWSWEEK , Tom O'Connor Russia, Iran and China are weighing their options for Afghanistan's uncertain future as U.S. forces reportedly withdrew from its largest airfield as part of a total military exit from the war-torn country.Major…
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Iran hopes Russia and China oppose US role in MidEast, Central Asia

by : SETH J. FRANTZMAN , THE JERUSALEM POST “The main goal of the United States in the Middle East and Central Asia at the moment is to create problems for strong political and economic partnerships,” an article in Iranian media noted.An…
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Can China Replace US Troops In Afghanistan As Beijing Hints At ‘Deeper Involvement’ In The War-Torn Region

BY: The Eurasian Times China has blasted the US for its decision to withdraw all its troops from Afghanistan, following a rise in violent attacks in the war-torn country. This raises the question of whether China would step up its involvement…