Observations of an Expat: Ukraine Tanks Conundrum

Ukraine wants NATO tanks—especially the German Leopards—to launch a counter-offensive to regain territory. By Tom Arms Supplying tanks to Ukraine…

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Observations of an Expat: Tactical Nukes

The Russian President has been rattling his nuclear sabers since before his February invasion of Ukraine. He hopes that rattling…

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Observations of an Expat: Blink

It is the second time since 1945 that the nuclear super powers have been dragged to the brink of the…

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Observations of an Expat: Amazing Ukraine

Russia’s one big advantage is weaponry. It has a massive arsenal of cruise missiles, hypersonic missiles, tanks, ships, planes ……

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Russia-Ukraine Remarrying Cousins

War has always consequences. None can determine what next can occur and where it can lead, including President Putin but…

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The Seeds of War

Putin sees Russian statehood and Russian national and linguistic identity as inextricably connected, and he is willing to spill Russian…

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Observations of an Expat: Nation Building

If it (West) fails to do so, then other countries will inevitably look elsewhere, and the West can look forward…

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Observations of an Expat: Afghan Consequences

If Afghanistan again becomes a base for terrorist organizations than it will be Europe—not America—that will be the primary target…

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End of an American myth….

Public opinion in the NATO Alliance believes that within a single decade, China will be more powerful than a “politically…

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