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The Second Coming of the Heartland
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The Second Coming of the Heartland
August 13, 2022

It’s tempting to visualize the overwhelming collective West debacle as a rocket, faster than free fall, plunging into the black void maelstrom of complete socio-political breakdown.

India-Iran Reset Gets Under Way
June 16, 2022

The trend toward multipolarity in the world order made a quantum leap in the past one hundred days.

India-Iran Reset Gets Under Way
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The ‘New G8’ Meets China’s ‘Three Rings’
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The ‘New G8’ Meets China’s ‘Three Rings’
June 15, 2022

The coming of the new G8 points to the inevitable advent of BRICS +, one of the key themes to be discussed in the upcoming BRICS summit in China.

After Kazakhstan, the Color Revolution Era Is Over
January 14, 2022

What happened in Kazakhstan increasingly looks like a US – Turkish – British – Israeli – led coup d’etat attempt foiled dramatically by their Eurasian adversaries

After Kazakhstan, the Color Revolution Era Is Over
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Kazakhstan… Putting the Xinjiang in Context
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Kazakhstan… Putting the Xinjiang in Context
January 12, 2022

As America continues to bleat on about human rights in China, it supports and promotes the head-choppers to whom it has granted a franchise, Eamon McKinney writes.

Watching Taliban-Tajikistan Relations
October 9, 2021

Afghanistan and Tajikistan share a 1,400-kilometer border. Recently, a war of words has erupted between Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon and the Taliban government in Kabul. Rahmon censures the Taliban for the destabilization of Central Asia by the export of militant groups, while the Taliban leadership has accused Tajikistan’s government of interference.

Watching Taliban-Tajikistan Relations
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Afghanistan’s Impoverished People Live Amid Enormous Riches
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Afghanistan’s Impoverished People Live Amid Enormous Riches
October 1, 2021

There is no public indication from the SCO that it would prevent not only cross-border terrorism, but also cross-border smuggling. The largest quantities of heroin and opium from northern Afghanistan go to Tajikistan; untold sums of money are made in the illegal movement of minerals, gemstones, and metals out of Afghanistan.

That ‘Other’ Reset Unfolding Across West & Central Asia
September 20, 2021

All of Central Asia is re-setting towards the SCO, EAEU, Russia and China. The former is now ‘lost’ to the U.S., Alastair Crooke writes.

That ‘Other’ Reset Unfolding Across West & Central Asia
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