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Moscow’s Plan For Splitting Up Kazakhstan Is Most Probably Already Working, But Very Few People Notice – OpEd

Dr. Stephen Blank, a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Eurasia Program, in his piece entitled “Is Kazakhstan Russia’s Next Target?” and published by Real Clear Defense, raises the question in the following way: “Is Kazakhstan, rather than another European state, Russia’s next target?”. Further, he explains what …

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Iran Update, May 11, 2024

Key Takeaways: Northern Gaza Strip: The IDF issued evacuation orders for civilians around Jabalia, northern Gaza Strip, due to Hamas reconstituting militarily there.Southern Gaza Strip: The IDF issued expanded its evacuation orders for civilians around Rafah, extending the evacuation zone to two refugee camps and nearby neighborhoods.West Bank: CTP-ISW did …

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Iran Update, May 10, 2024

Palestinian militias conducted at least 17 attacks targeting the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in Zaytoun on May 10, suggesting that Hamas was able either to preserve or reconstitute military capability in Zaytoun despite IDF operations there.[i] The IDF launched a re-clearing operation into Zaytoun neighborhood, southern Gaza City, on May …

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Quel avenir pour l’Europe dans la multipolarité ?

Dans son dernier essai, La Défaite de l’Occident, Emmanuel Todd remet en question «l’axiome» de l’État-nation qui règle les relations internationales depuis le XVIIIe siècle jusqu’à aujourd’hui (axiome fondateur des «Nations unies»). Il propose «une interpréta­tion pour ainsi dire post-euclidienne de la géopolitique mondiale», qui ne repose pas sur l’État-nation, …

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Infrastructure Is Remaking Geopolitics

How Power Flows From the Systems That Connect the World Falling water levels in Panama’s Gatún Lake. A cyberattack on a payment platform. An earthquake disrupting silicon-chip production in Taiwan. Elon Musk deciding which countries have access to the Internet. At first glance, these things have nothing in common other …

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