Tag: Espionage

Updates / Updates - 11 months ago

Biden and Putin talk, but about what?

Although it's stating the apparent, Russia has been at struggle with Ukraine since 2014. The current video summit between president Biden and Putin because of Russia’s giant army buildup at Ukraine’s border was as soon as again a response to a potent...

Updates / Updates - 11 months ago

Conflict in Ukraine and Kosovo are connected

Vladimir Putin claims that defending ethnic Russians justifies army action towards Ukraine. Putin’s concern for Ukraine’s Russian minority is bombastic. His larger international aim is to confront NATO and undermine US leadership to redeem the Russia...

Updates / Updates - 11 months ago

The Korean Peninsula should remain a security concern

With both South Korea and the USA targeted on domestic issues – 2022 presidential race and 2022 midterm elections respectively, will probably be extremely troublesome for both to offer exit strategies to North Korea’s imposing threats in the foreseea...

Updates / Updates - 11 months ago

Why China cannot invade Taiwan

China’s current aerial incursion in Taiwan air protection zone and President Xi Jinping’s confrontational remarks re-prompted a debate on whether or not Beijing is capable of conquering Taipei.  The character of this delicate dichotomy nonetheless re...

Updates / Updates - 11 months ago

Let us celebrate democracy and let us make it stronger

The eyes of the world’s main overseas coverage wonks have been all on Washington, DC, after President Joe Biden met with fellow democratic leaders on the “Summit for Democracy”. This was a key realization of his campaign pledge of 2020 and – co...

Updates / Updates - 1 year ago

Ukrainian president seeks total control over media

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has had two options since he was elected in 2019: both to enhance the truth that he faced or to create a pretend one.  He has opted for the latter: to silence unbiased voices and attempt to brainwash the populac...