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The Military Way in Venezuela is an Entrance to the Regional Chaos

Is a military intervention in Venezuela viable and pertinent? The previous question represents today a new scenario that had ended in 1989 with the invasion...
President Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev

American Withdrawal From the INF Treaty: A Signal for a New Nuclear Arms Race?

After almost 32 years since the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics entered into a treaty to eliminate their...

Post-Truth Politics: The Symptom, the Cause and the Way Forward

Post-truth age, implicitly and explicitly, denotes the loss of truth, narrative and meaning. Thereafter, truth is merely a relic, an artifact, a notion, an...
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The balkanization of Venezuela?

Several Venezuelan academicians from diverse background and political tendencies have suggested that Venezuela is on the way to a balkanization process. The Bolivarian Republic of...

Should Xi Take the Blame for China’s Assertive Diplomacy?

China’s “assertiveness” has become a buzzword not only in media coverage but also in a growing body of scholarly works and the Chinese President...

Cambodia’s Exiled Opposition Vows Return to Create Democratic Change

The end game is approaching for Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen. The former Khmer Rouge commander who has held power since 1985 has returned...

What Would a No-Deal Brexit Look Like?

The United Kingdom is preparing for the possibility of leaving the European Union without a plan in place. That would have immediate economic, social,...

The US-Iranian Rivalry and the Future of the Middle East

A few days ago, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo embarked on a journey to the Middle East. His tour to the region...

Huawei: The Tale of Two Adversaries

US and China are vying for dominance over the next generation of internet network. China’s telecom giant Huawei is mired in controversy from allegations of...

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