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Will Ethiopia Become Biden’s Libya 2.0 or a Driver for an African Renaissance?
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Will Ethiopia Become Biden’s Libya 2.0 or a Driver for an African Renaissance?
December 5, 2021

The situation in Ethiopia is rather simple to understand as long as you don’t believe western media spin doctors, Matthew Ehret writes.

This Is How the Russia-Ukraine War Will Unfold
December 4, 2021

Russian troop movements earlier this year have prompted speculation that Moscow might consider a military attack on the neighboring Ukraine. Head of the Ukrainian military intelligence announced the date of the Russian offensive, saying it will take place in late January 2022. Strategic Culture obtained details of this secret plan to present them in this exclusive infographic.

This Is How the Russia-Ukraine War Will Unfold
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NATO Takes Another Beating as EU Adopts Controversial Paper Which Undermines It
World
NATO Takes Another Beating as EU Adopts Controversial Paper Which Undermines It
December 3, 2021

A sort-of EU army is in the making, or at least on paper in Brussels. It’s radical in that it would probably not involve Germany so therefore leaving France at the helm. But who’s going to pay for it?

Offensive Double-Think… Russia ‘Not Allowed Sphere of Influence’ As NATO Missiles Encroach on Russian Border
December 3, 2021

It is exasperating that self-evident, legitimate security concerns enumerated by Russia have been repeatedly ignored or rebuffed by NATO.

Offensive Double-Think… Russia ‘Not Allowed Sphere of Influence’ As NATO Missiles Encroach on Russian Border
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