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Gloves Come Off in Russian Retaliation for Crimean Bridge Hit
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Gloves Come Off in Russian Retaliation for Crimean Bridge Hit
October 12, 2022

Moscow may need to make the Western military infrastructure and its authoring centers for the Kiev regime take a direct hit too in order to reinforce its red lines.

Terror on Crimea Bridge Forces Russia to Unleash Shock’n Awe
October 10, 2022

The terror attack on Krymskiy Most – the Crimea Bridge – was the proverbial straw that broke the Eurasian camel’s back.

Terror on Crimea Bridge Forces Russia to Unleash Shock’n Awe
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In Eurasia, the War of Economic Corridors Is in Full Swing
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In Eurasia, the War of Economic Corridors Is in Full Swing
July 18, 2022

The War of Economic Corridors is now proceeding full speed ahead, with the game-changing first cargo flow of goods from Russia to India via the International North South Transportation Corridor (INSTC) already in effect.

The United States Contests the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative With a Private Corporation
July 5, 2022

The PGII is not the first attempt by the U.S. to match the Chinese infrastructure investment globally, which initially took place bilaterally, and then after 2013 happened through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

The United States Contests the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative With a Private Corporation
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Will Lithuania Rail ‘Blockade’ of Kaliningrad Have Unintended Consequences?
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Will Lithuania Rail ‘Blockade’ of Kaliningrad Have Unintended Consequences?
June 25, 2022

For the EU to impose even a partial blockade of Russian territory presents a tremendous risk to regional stability and world peace. Some are beginning to talk about the risk of World War III.

Let’s Fight WW3 Over Lithuania
June 23, 2022

Liberals learned the word “Lithuania” ten seconds ago and they’re ready to nuke Moscow over it.

Let’s Fight WW3 Over Lithuania
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How Our Consumption Is Killing Poor Kids in Los Angeles
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How Our Consumption Is Killing Poor Kids in Los Angeles
June 19, 2022

It’s a gorgeous evening in San Pedro, California. I’m standing on the outskirts of a Little League ballpark that sits atop a knoll overlooking the sprawling Port of Los Angeles and the arching Vincent St. Thomas Bridge. Below is a sea of shipping containers, stacked high like Lego blocks, forming mini-skyscrapers along the dusky horizon. President Biden made a trek to the port during the Summit of the Americas this month, giving a speech that addressed supply chain snafus and the country’s pounding inflation headache.

VIDEO: Russian River Transport Revolution
January 23, 2022

The world is in search of the next cargo revolution and Russia has a unique idea. Watch the video and read more in the article by Tim Kirby.

VIDEO: Russian River Transport Revolution
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