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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: Shrinking China

A number of other ineluctable facts will have a profound impact on China, India, Asia and the rest of the…

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HOW CLOSE ARE WE TO WWIII?

Ongoing Russia-Ukraine war has threatened the world.  To avoid the bloodshed one army will have to surrender to the other.…

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Observations of an Expat: Phew!—or Not

The Ukraine War still rumbles on and millions of Ukrainians are without power and water this winter. The threat of…

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Women fight too, so stop ignoring them in peace-building

Sustainable peace requires social and political conditions that enable gender equality, including through women’s participation in peace-building processes at all…

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Europeans Fear Losing Competitiveness Due to Energy Crisis

The European countries have been suffering under painfully high energy prices as a consequence of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, as well…

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Observations of an Expat: Elephants and Grass

At the moment, the ancient adage is particularly apt. The war in Ukraine is creating an energy and food crisis,…

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Observations of an Expat – Russia: Chinese Vassal

The longer the war in Ukraine drags on the more Putin becomes dependent on China for survival, and the greater…

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Observations of an Expat: Critical Kherson

Kherson sits on the west bank of the Dnieper River, 60 miles from the Black Sea. Russian forces have been…

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The US Recruits Terrorists to Fight in Ukraine, Russia Says

One of the ways to disguise the participation of mercenaries would seem to be the formation of the “International Legion”,…

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